Jefferson City Council - Minutes - 1996

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MINUTES
city of jefferson common council meeting
Tuesday, february 6, 1996

The Tuesday, February 6, 1996, meeting of the City of Jefferson Common Council was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Mayor Brawders. Members present: Ald. Wagner, Ald. Wendorf, Ald. Mallory, Ald. Rogers, Ald. Polk, Ald. Wendt, Ald. Oppermann and Ald. Beyer. Also present was City Administrator Frantz, City Attorney Ristow, Police Chief Besel and City Engineer Schulz.

communications

Ald. Wagner offered the Common Council's sympathy to the L.P. Schweiger family noting that L.P. Schweiger had been a major force in the industrialization of Jefferson.

public participation

Harold Witkins of 711 W. Racine Street. Mr. Witkins expressed his displeasure with the proposed $100 increase in the license fees for combination liquor/beer licenses. He stated that times were difficult for the tavern industry and this increase, in his mind, was unjustifiable. Mr. Witkins went on to express additional concerns related to the cost of doing business, and problems with the City.

Ms. Jane Bentheimer, 105 N. Main Street, representing the Duck Inn stated that she was also unhappy with any increase in liquor licensing fees and expressed concern over what a $1,800 total increase for all licenses will really do for the City. She stated that her tavern sponsored City athletic teams and they get nothing in return. She also stated that the City's cab service system does not show up on time and yet an increase in fees is being considered. She asked that the Common Council reconsider its decision-making.

public hearing and subsequent action on proposed rezoning of property on north jackson avenue

Mayor Brawders called the public hearing to order.

City Administrator Frantz read the Notice of Public Hearing and provided an explanation of the proposed amendment to the official map stating that the rezoning would pave the way for the potential construction of a 49-unit senior citizen housing complex on North Jackson Avenue north of the proposed extension of W. Madison Street and south of the fairgrounds.

He stated that if the rezoning were to be granted, the next step would be for a conditional use permit to be considered by the Plan Commission after another public hearing.

He also stated that a certified survey would have to be submitted in order to delineate the exact boundaries of the parcel.

Mayor Brawders then announced that if any citizen wished to address the Common Council on this issue, they could stand and give their name and address and address the Council at this time.

Mr. Jay Long and Mr. Michael LeBissionaire of 37 Kessel Court, Madison, representing Horizon Development then provided an overview of the proposed project. They noted that the facility would be entirely handicapped accessible, and would be utilizing Section 42 tax credits to allow a substantial number of the units to be in the affordable range. They noted that there would be one and two bedroom units with underground parking.

Mr. LeBissionaire provided a proposed site plan for the area, as well as an architectural rendering of the three story facility.

Mr. Wayne Harder, 139 W. Candise Street stated that he was a Realtor in the area, as well as President of the local chapter of AARP and that his realty business dealt entirely with the senior citizen population. He stated that senior citizens were often approaching him regarding a desire to have a facility designed entirely for seniors needs, but that no such facilities existed in the City. He stated that many people find Jefferson a good place to live, want to stay here and are currently in their own single family homes. If suitable housing existed, they would potentially move somewhere else in Jefferson, making their homes available for younger couples. He urged the Common Council to consider favorably this request for rezoning.

Ms. Darlene Groback, 627 W. Racine Street, stated her concerns regarding living space in the apartments and whether the bathrooms were totally handicapped accessible, as well as bathtubs and wheelchair access. She also stated concern regarding storage and hoped that the developers would provide for enough space.

The Mayor requested that Horizon respond.

Mr. Lang replied that the units are fully handicap accessible, the bathrooms are oversized with grab bars in specific areas and the doors were oversized and the rooms sized to provide wheelchair access. He further stated that some units would be custom-made with roll-in showers for wheelchairs, etc. He also stated that all of the faucets had anti-scald devices, the bathrooms, as well as other rooms had devices for emergency call. There was also provision for a centrally located elevator.

Mr. John Spangler, representing Spangler Bros. Inc. stated that he would be the potential seller of this parcel to Horizon Development. He stated that his anticipated uses for areas adjacent that are owned by Spangler Bros. would be conducive to this type of development. He stated that it buffers well with proposed residential development that would occur to the west on his property and was adjacent to property presently zoned multifamily residential.

Mr. Gary Gross, Route 2, Jefferson, stated that he owns 23 apartments in Jefferson, immediately adjacent to the proposed site. He stated that his parcel was primarily for senior citizen housing and that he had built them three years ago. He stated that he felt that it was a good idea that the proposed rezoning not be granted and that the area remain residential. He stated that there were plenty of apartments available in the City and that there were few vacancies. He stated that the land is low in the area and he felt that single family residential would be better and that this was an unneeded facility within the City.

Mr. Will Larson, 135 S. Fischer Avenue stated that he had been at a meeting with Horizon Development held in the senior citizen center, as well as being on the Plan Commission. He was favorably impressed with Horizon Development and the proposed construction of what would be a senior center campus in terms of the 49-unit building, proposed duplexes, and a possible CBRF in the area, as well as Mr. Gross's property. He stated that it would be a positive development for the City, would represent $2-3 million dollars of added tax base in the City and would set an aesthetically pleasing tone for future development on the west side of the City, as well as helping businesses in the area that have sprung up along Racine Street.

Mr. Jerome Burdick, 514 Collins Road, manager of the Jefferson Oaks Apartments and Burdick Real-estate stated that he knows the market and there are presently up to 40 vacancies a month and the need was not there. He stated that there would be a very large need for this type of complex within the next three to four years, but the timing now was not good. He stated that the community cannot accommodate this kind of development.

After further discussion, Mayor Brawders closed the public hearing.

Ald. Wendt introduced Ordinance #1-96 for its second reading.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

PROPOSED ORDINANCE #1-96

An ordinance to amend Section 17.04 (1) of the Municipal Code of the City of Jefferson related to rezoning.

The Common Council of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin, do ordain as follows:

Section 1. Section 17.04(1) of the zoning map, City of Jefferson, Wisconsin, which is herein made a part, is amended to change district boundaries by deleting the following area from the Single Family Residential (R-1) District and adding said property to the Multifamily Residential (RM) District:

Description: To be provided by Certified Survey Map

Parcel #: (Portions of) 06-14-03-44-027, 06-14-03-44-026, 06-14-03-44-02

Address: 141-161 North Jackson Avenue

Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force after passage and publication as provided by law and notification and attestation of the district boundary changes incorporated herein the zoning map, City of Jefferson.

Ald. Wendt, seconded by Ald. Wagner moved to approve Ordinance #1-96 as presented.

Ald. Wagner stated that he lives and represents an area of older residents in his district. He stated that individuals that he had talked to felt that this would be good for the City and would be a positive development.

Ald. Beyer echoed these sentiments.

Ald. Wendt requested information regarding an implementation schedule and rental structure.

Mayor Brawders requested that Mr. Long respond.

Mr. Long stated that the schedule would be dictated by the implementation of tax credits through the Section 42 program. He stated that it is hoped that by the May 15, the application would be submitted and that by the end of June the results would be known. He stated that if all went well, the construction could occur in late summer, early fall with a spring 1997 opening. He stated that they always attempt to open these facilities in the May or June of the year. He stated that timing would also be effected by the conclusion of their feasibility study ensuring that the project would be viable.

Mr. Long stated that the rental structure would depend on the tax credit situation, as well as the median income levels in Jefferson County depicting low and moderate status. He stated that not all of the units would be low to moderate income but that a substantial number would be. He stated that rents would probably run in the range of $350 to $450 a month for one bedrooms and two bedrooms for $450 to $650 for units ranging from 640 sq. feet for one bedroom to 900 square feet for a two bedroom. He stated that the fully market driven two-bedroom that would also be available would be in the range of $700-$750. However, he stated that these were projected levels and that actual levels could not be totally determined at this time.

Roll was then called on proposed ordinance #1-96. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

modification of alcohol beverage license fees

Ald. Wagner introduced Ordinance #2-96 for its second reading.

city of jefferson
proposed ordinance #2-96

An ordinance to amend Section 12.01(3)(d) & (e) of the Municipal Code of the City of Jefferson related to alcoholic beverage licensing fees.

Section 1. The Common Council of the City of Jefferson do ordain as follows:

Section 2. Sections 12.01(3)(d) and (e) are hereby amended as follows:

(d) Retail Class A Liquor License - $250/yr.

(e) Retail Class B Liquor License. (Am. #10-84) $250 per year. A retail Class B liquor license shall permit its holder to sell liquor in original packages or containers in multiples not to exceed 4 liters at any one time to be consumed off the licensed premises. Wine may be sold in original packages or otherwise in any quantity to be consumed off the licensed premises. If issued in conjunction with a Class B Fermented Malt Beverage License the fee is $350 per year.

Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force after passage and publication as provided by law.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to approve Ordinance #2-96 as presented.

Ald. Wagner stated that the Regulatory Committee was unanimously recommending this change.

Ald. Wagner further noted that license fees for Class "B" alcohol beverages had not been changed for 10-12 years.

Ald. Oppermann stated that he cannot support the increase at this time.

Ald. Wendorf also stated that he would like to know what the actual cost of liquor licensing ran the City before increasing fees. He stated that he did not believe that additional revenue should necessarily be raised over and above the cost of issuing licenses.

The City Administrator stated that he recommend that the Common Council potentially table this proposed change so that staff could gain further information in terms of actual costs quantifiable, and qualitative in terms of the issuance of these licenses.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to table proposed Ordinance #2-96. On call of the roll, the motion to table was approved on a vote of 6-2. Ald. Wagner, Ald. Wendorf, Ald. Mallory, Ald. Rogers, Ald. Polk, and Ald. Wendt voted aye, and Ald. Oppermann and Ald. Beyer voted no.

amending fees related to variance, conditional use and rezoning applications

Ald. Rogers introduced Ordinance #3-96 for its second reading.

city of jefferson
proposed ordinance #3-96

An ordinance to amend Section 17.05(2)(f), 17.11(5)(d) and 17.12(3)(d) of the Municipal Code of the City of Jefferson related to Zoning.

Section 1. The Common Council of the City of Jefferson do ordain as follows:

Section 2. Sections 17.05(2)(f), 17.11(5)(d) and 17.12(3)(d) are hereby amended as follows:

Section 17.05(2)(f) Fee receipt from the City Administrator in the amount of $100.

Section 17.11(5)(d) Fee receipt from the City Administrator in the amount of $100.

Section 17.12(3)(d) Fee Receipt from the City Administrator in the amount of $150.

Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force after passage and publication as provided by law.

Ald. Rogers, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to approve Ordinance #3-96 as presented.

Ald. Wendorf commented that he is not always necessarily in favor of increasing fees, etc., for the kinds of City required matters that in the end will assist in increasing the tax base. He said for instance, building inspections, in his opinion should not be on a fee basis, as they add tax base to the community. He said, however, that he would be supporting this change as it reflected actual costs the City incurred in terms of publishing mailings, etc.

Roll was then called on proposed Ordinance #3-96. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

 

purchase of sanitary sewer tv inspection system

Ald. Wendorf introduced Resolution No. 108.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 108

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to purchase one RST television equipment from Northern Sewer Equipment, Waterloo, Wisconsin, in the amount of $35,475.

Ald. Wendorf, seconded by Oppermann moved to approve Resolution No. 108 as presented.

The City Administrator stated that this piece of equipment would assist the City in inspecting sewer mains for possible infiltration, blockages, etc. as part of our regular maintenance and customer service system.

On call of the roll, the motion to approve the purchase of this television equipment was approved unanimously.

purchase of dissolved oxygen measurement

Ald. Mallory introduced Resolution No. 109.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 109

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is authorized to purchase one Royce Model 9040 DO Analyzer system from Energenics, Inc., Cedarburg, Wisconsin, in the amount of $6,480.

Ald. Mallory, seconded by Ald. Polk moved to approve Resolution No. 109 as presented.

The City Administrator said that this would replace and upgrade the present system at the Wastewater Treatment Plant, which had exceeded its useful life.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

1996 aquatic center fees and hours

Ald. Oppermann introduced Resolution No. 110.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 110

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the Aquatic Center admission and season pass fees, and open swim hours are hereby approved for the 1996 Aquatic Center season as attached hereto.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Wagner moved to approve Resolution No. 110 as presented.

The Mayor announced that the Parks, Recreation & Forestry Director was present at the meeting if there were any questions.

Roll was then called on Resolution No. 110. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

municipal building facility needs committee

Ald. Beyer introduced Resolution No. 111.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 111

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that a Municipal Building Facilities Needs and A.D.A. Compliance Committee is hereby established consisting of the Mayor, two alderpersons, the City Administrator, Director of Public Works and Chief of Police.

Ald. Beyer, seconded by Ald. Rogers moved to approve Resolution No. 111 as presented.

Mayor Brawders indicated that he would be appointing Ald. Rogers and Ald. Polk to serve on said committee. The Motion to approve Resolution No. 111 establishing the Building Facilities Needs Committee was approved unanimously.

requests for proposals for municipal complex space needs study and a.d.a. Compliance Audit

Ald. Wendorf introduced Resolution No. 112.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 112

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to issue a request for proposals for a municipal building space needs study and A.D.A. compliance audit.

Ald. Wendorf, seconded by Ald. Mallory moved to approve Resolution No. 112 as presented.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

lease of city property for agricultural purposes

Ald. Polk introduced Resolution No. 113.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 113

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator and City Attorney are hereby authorized to develop and execute a lease of property in the North Business Park and adjacent to it, encompassing approximately 55 acres to Mr. John Beilke in the amount of $55 per acre.

Ald. Polk, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to approve Resolution No. 113 as presented.

Ald. Wendorf questioned why the lease amount was at what appeared to be a reduced amount. The City Administrator stated that due to the fact that some of the acreage would be controlled by the sewer utility for sludge spreading at their discretion, as well as the fact that property in the North Business Park could be utilized for industrial development and crops removed, that this justified somewhat of a reduced amount per acre and this was the highest bid.

Roll was then called on Resolution No. 113 to lease property encompassing approximately 55 acres. The motion carried unanimously.

execution of 1996 township fire contracts

Ald. Oppermann introduced Resolution No. 114.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 114

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the 1996 contracts for fire protection by and between the City of Jefferson and the townships of Aztalan, Farmington, Jefferson and Oakland are hereby approved.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Mallory moved to approve Resolution No. 114 as presented.

On call of the roll, the motion to approve Resolution No. 114 was approved unanimously.

obtaining additional right-of-way on west madison avenue and north irving drive

Ald. Wendt introduced Resolution No. 115.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 115

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that in consideration of the conveyance of an additional 10' of street right-of-way on West Madison Street, and a conveyance of a 60' right-of-way for the extension of West Madison Street from Franklin Avenue to Jackson Avenue described as follows:

The South 10 feet of Lots 29, 33, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 and the South 10 feet of Lot 35, excepting the West 22 feet of said Lot 35, Kemmeter Gardens Addition; and

Beginning at the northeast corner of Lot 28, Kemmeter Gardens Addition; thence east along the extension of the north line of said Lot 28, approximately 242.75 feet to the west right-of-way line of North Jackson Avenue; thence north along said west line, 60.00 feet; thence west approximately 242.75 feet to a point on the east line of Lot 29, Kemmeter Garden's Addition, said point being 10 feet north of the northeast corner of said Lot 29; thence south along the east line of Kemmeter Garden's Addition 60 feet to the point of beginning.

and, Spangler Bros. Inc.'s agreement to the dedication of right-of-way approximately described as follows upon the city's request to facilitate the reconfiguration of North Irving Drive:

Parts of Lots 13, 15 & 16 to the City of Jefferson Kemmeter Gardens Addition described as follows: Beginning at the southeast corner of said Lot 13; Thence west along the south line of said Lot 13, approximately 57 feet; thence northerly along a reverse curve to the right and left a distance of approximately 240 feet to the northeast corner of said lot 16; thence southerly along the east lines of said Lots 16, 15 & 13, 240 feet to the point of beginning containing approximately .07 acre.

that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to expend $5,000 to obtain said Madison Street rights-of-way from Spangler Bros. Inc.

Ald. Wendt, seconded by Ald. Wagner moved to approve Resolution No. 115 as presented.

The City Administrator stated that this proposed Resolution would allow the City to acquire an additional 10 feet of right-of-way on West Madison to expand Madison to a 60 foot right-of-way, which would meet current City requirements as opposed to the current 50 feet of right-of-way.

He also stated that the other agreement would be the dedication of property just west of the current right-of-way of Irving Avenue north, which would largely eliminate the offset intersection that would be created when Taft and Irving Avenue intersect at Racine Street.

Roll was then called on Resolution No. 115 accepting right-of-way and expending $5,000 to obtain said rights-of-way from Spangler Bros. Inc. The motion carried unanimously.

retaining north street bridge as a pedestrian/bicycle crossing

Ald. Wagner introduced Resolution No. 116.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 116

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that in conjunction with the construction of the Puerner Street Bridge project, the North Street Bridge is hereby retained to be utilized as a pedestrian/bicycle bridge only.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Oppermann moved to approve Resolution No. 116 as presented.

Ald. Wendorf stated that in his estimation the City would be better off eliminating the current North Street Bridge, build a brand new bridge at a later date, and avoid the ongoing maintenance costs that would occur with the old North Street Bridge.

Ald. Polk stated that to take the bridge out now would be 80% funded and it would be a better idea to remove said bridge and look at putting up another pedestrian bridge over the area, rather than dealing with the old structure.

Ald. Rogers questioned the City Engineer on how much money the City has expended in dealing with ice and debris at the bridge. The City Engineer stated that compared to the old timber bridge on the Crawfish River, that was replaced by the Wisconsin Drive bridge, ice and debris has not been a problem in the North Street Bridge area. He stated that it could become problematic at a later point, there was no way of knowing, but at least in recent memory there had been no problems related to back ups of ice and debris at the bridge area.

Ald. Oppermann stated that he believes that the existing bridge served the City for a long time and it is a good walking bridge and that the City had learned a lesson 30 years ago with the elimination of the Milwaukee Street Bridge and its demise. He stated that popular support is to keep the current bridge in place for a walking bridge.

Ald. Beyer echoed these sentiments stating that she supported keeping the bridge in place, as did Ald. Mallory.

There was then discussion concerning cost estimates for repairs to the bridge. The City Administrator stated that in the City Engineer's estimation, minor repairs could be made to the abutments, which would only run in the $10,000-$20,000 range. Other improvements could also be made to the bridge but would not be necessary at present. The City Engineer felt that $20,000 could take care of the railing problems, as well as deal with any structural deficiencies of the abutments.

The City Administrator stated that the consulting engineers who had simply reviewed the bridge inspection reports and made cursory opinions regarding entire replacement of the abutments, it is estimated that the costs could be in the range of $60,000.

If the City were to make various improvements to the bridge, including pedestrian ways, benches, park area overlooking the river, any amounts of money could be expended but potentially up to $20,000 for those improvements. The cost of a new pedestrian walking bridge would be in the range of $100,000. Removal costs would be $30,000 with 80% funded by the federal government.

After further brief discussion, roll was then called on Resolution No. 116 retaining the North Street Bridge as a potential pedestrian/bicycling crossing. On call of the roll, Ald. Beyer, Ald. Wagner, Ald. Mallory, Ald. Rogers, Ald. Wendt, and Ald. Oppermann voted aye. Ald. Wendorf and Ald. Polk voted no. The motion to retain the North Street Bridge as a walking/bicycling bridge carried on a vote of 6 to 2.

Ald. Polk, seconded by Ald. Oppermann, moved to adjourn to Closed Session pursuant to Section 19.95(1)(e) of the Wisconsin State Statutes to discuss the purchase of public property.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

Ald. Wendorf, seconded by Ald. Mallory, moved to reconvene to open session.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

TABLED RESOLUTION NO. 101, SALE OF PUBLIC PROPERTY

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Polk moved to remove Resolution No. 101 from the table. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

Ald. Rogers introduced Resolution No. 101.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

TABLED RESOLUTION NO. 101

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City of Jefferson hereby approves the sale of property north of Maple Grove Drive in the amount of $85,600 in accordance with the counter offer as originally offered by the City of Jefferson.

Ald. Rogers, seconded by Wendorf moved to approve Tabled Resolution No. 101 as presented.

On call of the roll, Ald. Wagner, Ald. Wendorf, Ald. Rogers, and Ald. Wendt voted aye. Ald. Mallory, Ald. Polk, Ald. Oppermann, and Ald. Beyer voted no. The Mayor noted that roll indicated a tie vote in which case the Mayor had the right to cast a vote to break the tie. Noting that he wished to get this matter off dead center, Mayor Brawders voted yes. The motion to approve the sale of property north of Maple Grove Drive, according to the original counteroffer offered by the City in the amount of $85,600 was approved on a vote of 5 to 4.

resignation/retirement of city engineer

Ald. Mallory introduced Resolution No. 117.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 117

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the Common Council hereby accepts the City Engineer's resignation effective April 30, 1996, for purposes of commencing his retirement, and,

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Mr. Rueben Schulz, PE is hereby thanked for his 30 years of dedicated service to the City of Jefferson in the capacity of City Engineer/Director of Public Works.

Ald. Mallory, seconded by Ald. Wagner moved to approve Resolution No. 117 as presented.

Ald. Wendt, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to table Resolution No. 117. On call of the roll, Ald. Wagner, Ald. Wendorf, Ald. Mallory, Ald. Rogers, Ald. Polk, and Ald. Oppermann voted aye. Ald. Wendt and Ald. Beyer voted no. The motion to table was defeated on a vote of 2 to 6.

Roll was then called on Resolution No. 117. On call of the roll, Ald. Wagner, Ald. Wendorf, Ald. Mallory, Ald. Rogers, Ald. Polk, and Ald. Oppermann voted aye. Ald. Wendt and Ald. Beyer voted no. The motion carried 6 to 2.

MINUTES

Ald. Polk, seconded by Ald. Oppermann moved to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of the Council on January 16, 1996.

The minutes were approved on a vote of 7 to 1. Wendorf abstained.

FINANCE COMMITTEE

VOUCHERS PAYABLE

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Mallory moved to approve the vouchers payable for December and February, in the amounts of $59,082.84 and $65,907.38 respectively. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

PAYROLL

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Mallory moved to approve the payroll summary for January 19, 1996, in the amount of $58,464.04. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

REGULATORY COMMITTEE

Ald. Wagner reported that the Regulatory Committee approved operators' licenses for: Danica Horner, 823 Center Street, Lake Geneva, WI; (contingent upon receipt of application, proof of attendance of MATC Awareness Course and receipt of State of WI background check), Cindy L. Braun, 506 Bayfield Drive, Jefferson, WI; (contingent upon receipt of State of WI background check), Jeff Horner, 823 Center Street, Lake Geneva, WI; (contingent upon receipt of State of WI background check), Raphael Bauer, 154 West Plymouth, Jefferson, WI; (contingent upon receipt of State of WI background check), and Jason G. Brown, 136 Main Street, Jefferson, WI; (contingent upon proof of completion of MATC Awareness Course).

COMBINATION CLASS "B" LICENSES

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Rogers moved to recommend the issuance of Combination Class "B" Licenses to: Ray's Bar, Owner/Agent/Leasee-The Dog's Bullox, LLC, 115 E. Milwaukee Street, Jefferson, WI; (contingent upon receipt of the WI Department of Justice Background check(s) and a letter from Mr. Bauer stating that he will allow for the transfer of the license that is currently in his possession). Motion carried unanimously.

Ald. Mallory, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to adjourn the February 6, 1996, meeting of the City of Jefferson Common Council. The motion carried unanimously.

These minutes of the February 6, 1996, meeting of the Common Council are uncorrected. Any corrections made thereto will be noted in the proceedings at which time the minutes are approved.

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