Jefferson City Council - Minutes - 1996

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MINUTES

CITY OF JEFFERSON COMMON COUNCIL MEETING

TUESDAY, may 7, 1996

 

The Tuesday, May 7, 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. Rogers, Ald. Polk, Ald. Wendt, and Ald. Oppermann. Ald. Beyer and Ald. Mallory were absent. Also present was City Administrator Frantz, City Attorney Scheibel, Police Chief Besel and City Engineer Schulz.

communications

Mayor Brawders read a letter from Alderperson Brian Mallory in which he resigned his position as Alderperson-At-Large for work and family-related reasons.

public participation

Mr. Ed Soleska, owner of Chicken's Tavern, addressed the Council on the issue of the dam being repaired or torn down. Mr. Soleska explained that he felt that he has a vested interest in this matter, since his place of business is along the Rock River and he is an active environmentalist. He urged the Council to consider their options carefully before making a decision. Mr. Soleska explained that he understood that the fish could migrate with the dam removed, however, the environment has already been ruined beyond repair by deforesting, watershed gone, and too many pastures and fields sprayed with chemicals along the shores of the Rock River. Therefore, the benefit of removing the dam would be minimal.

Sue Reinen of 644 Windsor Terrace told the Council that she was opposed to Resolution No. 13. She stated that she believed there would be an increase in traffic which would become a serious safety issue due to the many children that live in Bayfield Estates.

John Wendorf of 504 Woodland Dr. addressed the Council on the issue of water pooling and backing up on Woodland Drive behind the new condominiums. There is no curb and gutter and he believed that it had been stated in the minutes of a meeting many months ago that a culvert should be put in on the north end of Windsor Terrace to alleviate the problem.

WATER & ELECTRIC REPORT

Water & Electric Superintendent Folbrecht relayed to the Council that he had a meeting with Senator Scott Fitzgerald on the subject of Retail Wheeling again. Mr. Folbrecht stated that Senator Fitzgerald listened and was sympathetic to their concerns.

Mr. Folbrecht also reported that Well #5 was now under visible construction - concrete was being poured.

 

mayor's proclaimation

Official Proclamation

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
CITY OF JEFFERSON, WISCONSIN

Whereas: Our society needs to recognize and more fully utilize the talents of persons with disabilities, realizing that their vitality, efforts, and accomplishments richly contribute to the growth and character of the City of Jefferson; and

Whereas, we have a special opportunity the week of May 13-18, 1996, to emphasize our commitment to ensure persons with disabilities access to all public services, programs, buildings and employment opportunities by dedicating ourselves to observe "Disability Awareness Week" in the City of Jefferson; and

Now, Therefore, I, Arnold M. Brawders, Mayor of the City of Jefferson, do hereby proclaim the week of May 13-18, 1996,

"DISABILITY AWARENESS WEEK"

in the City of Jefferson and call upon all citizens to join us in removing barriers which confront our citizens with disabilities.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City of Jefferson to be affixed.

appointing scott scheibel as city attorney

Ald. Wagner introduced Resolution No. 4.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 4

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to execute a contract by and between the City of Jefferson and Scott Scheibel for the position of City Attorney, as stated in the proposal documents attached hereto and made part of this resolution.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Rogers moved to approve Resolution No. 4.

The Personnel Committee reported that they voted unanimously in favor of this resolution.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

public hearing & possible amendment to zoning code related to principal structures in industrial districts

Mayor Brawders called the public hearing to order.

City Administrator Frantz read the Notice of Public Hearing.

The City Administrator gave an explanation of the proposed amendment to the zoning code. He explained that there was a situation of someone wanting to place two mini-warehouses on a lot, however, our ordinances do not allow for two principle buildings on one lot at this time. With this ordinance, there would be the possibility of someone in an industrial area being able to build more than one principal structure through the conditional use process.

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.

Hearing from no one, Mayor Brawders closed the public hearing.

Ald. Rogers introduced Ordinance #7-96 for its second reading.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

PROPOSED ORDINANCE #7-96

An ordinance to amend Section 17.02(6)(d)2. and Create Section 17.05(7)(g) of the Municipal Zoning Code of the City of Jefferson related to Principle Structures.

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

Section 1. Section 17.02(6)(d)2. is hereby amended as follows:

Section 2. 2. All principal structures shall be located on a lot and only one principal structure shall be located, erected or moved onto a lot, except for planned area developments in accordance with the provisions of this Chapter, and Industrial Districts where multiple principal structures may be allowed as a conditional use.

Section 3. Section 17.05(7) Industrial and Agricultural Uses is hereby amended by adding (g) as a conditional use.

Section 4. Section 17.05(7)(g). Multiple Principal Structures on a lot.

Section 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force after passage and publication as provided by law.

Ald. Rogers, seconded by Ald. Wendt moved to approve Proposed Ordinance #7-96.

The Plan Commission unanimously agreed to recommend this ordinance. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

consent agenda

Ald. Oppermann introduced Resolution No. 5.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 5

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the consent agenda as presented for May 7, 1996, is hereby adopted.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Polk moved to approve Resolution No. 5.

The consent agenda contained:

  1. Vouchers Payable for April and May, 1996 in the amounts of $57,541.30 and $126,905.84 respectively, as recommended by the Finance Committee.
  2. General Payroll Summary of April 26, 1996, in the amount of $55,361.83.
  3. Council Minutes from the Regular and Closed Session Meetings on April 16, 1996.
  4. Licenses as recommended by the Regulatory Committee, as follows:
    Operator's License: Robert P. Lehman, 142 N. Wilson Ave., Jefferson
    Special Class "B" Licenses: Endl-Gruennert Post 3589 VFW/American Legion Post 164, Jefferson Cty. Fairgrounds, 503 Hyer Dr., Jefferson, July 24-28, 1996, (Beer and Wine); and Jefferson Cty. Pork Producers, Jefferson Cty Fairgrounds (Activity Center) 503 Hyer Drive, Jefferson, on June 21, 1996, (Beer and Wine.)
    Class "B" Beer License: O'Hungry's Bar and Grill, Deborah L. Vincent, 136 S. Main Street, Jefferson, for a license period of May 8, 1996 to June 30, 1996.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

annexing territory from the town of aztalan

Ald. Wendorf introduced Ordinance #8-96 for its second reading.

city of jefferson
ordinance #8-96

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TERRITORY TO THE CITY OF JEFFERSON, WISCONSIN

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

SECTION 1. Territory Annexed. In accordance with SS66.021 Wis. Stats., the unanimous petition for direct annexation filed with the city clerk on 26th day of March, 1996, signed by the owner of all of the land in the territory (zero electors reside therein), the following described territory in the Town of Aztalan, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, is annexed to the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin:

Parcel "A"

That part of the SE ¼ and NE ¼ of the SE ¼ Section 35 T. 7 N., R.14E. Town of Aztalan, Jefferson County, WI lying southeast of the Northwestern Railroad more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the southeast corner of said Section 35; thence N.89o47'08" E., along the south line of said Section 35, 917.8 feet to the southeast r/w line of the Northwestern Railroad; thence N27o14'23" W., along said southeast r/w line 2,007.03 feet to the east line of said Section 35; thence S.0o01'39" W. along said east line 1,781.02 feet to the point of beginning containing 18.76 acres.

Parcel "B"

That part of the SW ¼ and SE ¼ of the SW ¼ of Section 36, T.7 N., R.14E., Town of Aztalan, Jefferson County, WI, described as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of said Section 36; thence N.0o01'39"E., along the west line of said Section 36. 1,329.71 feet to the north line of the south ½ of the SW ¼ of said Section 36; thence N.89o29'42"E., along said north line 1485.17 feet to the center line of N. Dewey Road; thence S.22o26'10" W., 98.76 feet and S. 21o10'10"W., 416.57 feet along said centerline to a point of curvature of said centerline; thence along the arc of a curve to the left of said centerline whose chord bears S.15o37'10" W., 397.04 feet to the point of tangency of said curve; thence continuing along said centerline S.10o04'10" W., 476.73 feet to the south line of said Section 36; thence S.89o24'55" W., along said south line 1,107.43 feet to the point of beginning, containing 38.59 acres, including road right-of-way.

SECTION 2. The territory described in Section 1 of this Ordinance is hereby made a part of Ward 2 of the City of Jefferson.

SECTION 3. Zoning Classification. Parcel "A" is hereby zoned (MG) General Industry, Parcel "B" (AG) Agriculture.

SECTION 4. Effect of Annexation. From and after the date of this ordinance the territory described in Section 1 shall be part of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin, for any and all purposes provided by law and all persons coming or residing within such territory shall be subject to all ordinances, rules and regulations governing the City of Jefferson.

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

Ald. Wendorf, seconded by Ald. Wagner moved to approve Proposed Ordinance #8-96. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

rezoning of property north of maple grove court

Ald. Wendt introduced Ordinance #12-96 for its first reading.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

ORDINANCE #12-96

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 Agriculture (AG) District and adding said property to the Mobile Home (MH) District:

Description: A part of the NW ¼ of the NE ¼ of Section 2, T6N, R14E, City of Jefferson, Jefferson County, WI, to-wit:

Commencing at the N ¼ corner of said Section 2; thence N88o 39' 33"E, along the north line of said NE ¼, 150.22 feet to a 1" iron pipe on the east line of S.T.H. "26" and the point of beginning; thence continue N88o 39' 33"E, along said north line, 800.00 feet to a 1"iron pipe; thence S2o 13'00"E, 500.00 feet to a 1" iron pipe; thence S25o 44' 08"W, 375.55 feet to a 1" iron pipe; thence S88o 56' 15"W, 624.00 feet to a 1 ¼" iron pipe on said east line of S.T.H. "26"; thence N2o 13' 00"W, along said east line, 831.40 feet to the point of beginning, containing 14.563 acres.

Parcel #: part of 06-14-02-12

Address: 14.563 acres North of Maple Grove Mobile Home Court

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.

This is a first reading. Mayor Brawders referred this ordinance to the Plan Commission for their recommendation.

accepting vacation of kemmeter gardens plat

Ald. Polk introduced Resolution No. 6.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 6

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City hereby has reviewed and hereby approves of the vacation of the portion of the plat of Kemmeter Gardens Addition, subject to Circuit Court and Plan Commission approval.

Ald. Polk, seconded by Ald. Rogers moved to approve Resolution No. 6.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

authorizing solicitation for proposal for comprehensive plan update

Ald. Wendt introduced Resolution No. 7.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 7

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to solicit proposals for development of the City of Jefferson's Comprehensive Plan, including subdivision land use and zoning ordinance reviews.

Ald. Wendt, seconded by Ald. Oppermann moved to approve Resolution No. 7.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

granting easement to ameritech for structure in borg park

Ald. Oppermann introduced Resolution No. 8.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 8

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City hereby grants an easement right-of-way to Wisconsin Bell, Inc.-Ameritech of Wisconsin for the construction, maintenance, and operation of communication facilities on block 4 of the original plat of West Jefferson a recorded subdivision.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Wagner moved to approve Resolution No. 8.

Mark Russert, representing Ameritech of Wisconsin, explained that in order to link fiberoptic cable to the High School, cable had to be laid from their main building on Center Street, under the river, and then to the High School. However, Ameritech does need a fiberoptic maintenance hut somewhere between the river and the high school and the Borg Park area is the most desirable. It is above the floodplain and all other properties between the river and the high school are residential or too far away. He also explained that Ameritech has worked with the City Engineer, Parks & Rec. Director Endl and the Park Board and proposes to make the building as aesthetically pleasing as possible and add an overhang to accommodate one of the picnic tables in the park. Ameritech has agreed to pay $5,000 for the easement and will pay for all improvements added in Borg Park.

Mr. Russert also explained that due to the Racine Street bridge replacement project in 1998, Ameritech must relocate all of their lines off of the bridge and this maintenance hut will accommodate that project, too.

Roll was then called in Resolution No. 8 granting easement right-of-way to Wisconsin Bell, Inc.-Ameritech of Wisconsin for the construction, maintenance, and operation of a communication facility in Borg Park. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

exceptions to density distance requirements for sighting of cbrf

Ald. Oppermann introduced Resolution No. 9.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 9

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City hereby issues a variance to St. Coletta School from the density requirements of State Statute section 66.23(7)(i)(1) related to density for licensing of a Community Based Residential Facility at the location of 1048 N. Watertown Avenue.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Wendorf moved to approve Resolution No. 9.

The City Attorney explained that the State Statutes say that a CBRF can be turned down when density and distance requirements are exceeded as per State Statutes. However, in many cases, the federal laws relating to discrimination and the Americans with Disabilities Act override the State Statutes in the courts. In some cases, a local government can refuse a CBRF is if it can show that it is causing a ghettoization of facilities within the neighborhood involved.

After further discussion, roll call was taken on Resolution No. 9. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

disallowing claims submitted by allen van buren and larry lee

Ald. Wendorf introduced Resolution No. 10.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 10

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that claims submitted by Allen Van Vuren and Larry Lee concerning a sanitary sewer back-up of March, 1996, are hereby disallowed and the City Administrator is hereby directed to serve a notice of disallowance on claimant and,

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that no action on this claim may be brought after 6 months of service of this notice.

Ald. Wendorf, seconded by Ald. Rogers moved to approve Resolution No. 10. On a voice vote the motion carried.

 

AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF 1996 MASS TRANSIT OPERATING ASSISTANCE CONTRACTS

Ald. Oppermann introduced Resolution No. 11.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 11

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to execute the 1996 State Urban Mass Transit and Federal Section 18 Operating Assistance Contracts.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Wendorf, moved to approve Resolution No. 11.

On a voice vote, the motion carried.

designating official newspaper for publications

Ald. Wagner introduced Resolution No. 12.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 12

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the Jefferson County Daily Union is hereby designated as the City's official newspaper.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Rogers moved to approve Resolution No. 12.

Chuck Frandson, Marketing Director for the Jefferson County Daily Union was on hand to assure the Council that the Jefferson County Daily Union would do all it could in cooperation with the City of Jefferson to report on City Council actions and print minutes in a timely fashion. Mr. Frandson stated that if the minutes are given to the paper by the Thursday noon before the next Council meeting, they will be in Monday night's paper.

Ald. Wendorf inquired whether the Union had any plans to open an office in Jefferson.

Mr. Frandson explained that the Union has been researching and talking about the possibility of an office in Jefferson for the last three months and plans to make every effort to open an office when it is financially possible.

Ald. Oppermann stated that he would like to see the Union be a bit more careful as far as accuracy of reporting. Not many residents come to the City Council meetings and rely on getting their information from the Daily Union, and, therefore, accuracy is vital.

After further discussion, roll was called on Resolution No. 12 to make the Jefferson County Daily Union the official newspaper of the City of Jefferson. On a voice vote, the motion carried.

proposed layout of w. puerner st. and windsor terrace

Ald. Wendt introduced Resolution No. 13.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 13

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the proposed layout of the extension of Windsor Terrace through West Puerner Street to a proposed extension of Pleasant Avenue, as recommended by the Plan Commission, and as attached hereto to this resolution, is approved.

Ald. Wendt, seconded by Ald. Oppermann moved to approve Resolution No. 13.

The Mayor reported that this resolution is recommended by the Plan Commission but it was not a unanimous vote.

The City Administrator explained that even though the extension of Windsor Terrace to Pleasant Street may be years away, a decision needed to be made on the extension now because it will make a difference in the way that Windsor Terrace is connected to W. Puerner Street when the Puerner St. Bridge project is done. If the Council decides to extend Windsor, there will need to be a different alignment of Windsor to Puerner to line up the intersection with the southern intersection of Windsor to Puerner. If the Council decided not to extend Windsor in the future, the current northern portion of Windsor would be connected to W. Puerner with a normal "T" intersection configuration.

Ald. Polk stated that the Streets Health Sanitation Committee was in favor of this proposed street layout.

Ald. Rogers asked why there had to be a bend at the intersection if the street were extended.

City Engineer Schulz explained that it was due to the topography of the land.

Ald. Wendorf stated that he was against the extension because he felt it would cause more traffic to come through the Bayfield Estates subdivision.

Ald. Wagner stated that he also felt that it would increase traffic in that area, especially during major activities at the fair grounds. Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Wendorf moved to amend Resolution No. 13 to remove the connection of Windsor Terrace to West Puerner Street. Roll was then called on the amendment to Resolution No. 13. On call of the roll, Ald. Wagner and Ald. Wendorf voted aye; Ald. Rogers, Ald. Polk, Ald. Wendt and Ald. Oppermann voted no. The amendment failed on a vote of 2 to 4.

After further discussion, Ald. Wendt moved to amend Resolution No. 13 to connect Windsor Terrace to West Puerner Street at a 90o angle-"T" intersection. The motion died for the lack of a second.

Roll was then called on Resolution No. 13 to extend Windsor Terrace to Pleasant Street. On call of the roll, Ald. Polk, Ald. Oppermann and Ald. Rogers voted aye, Ald. Wagner and Ald. Wendorf voted no, and Ald. Wendt passed. The motion carried on a vote of 3 to 2 with one abstention.

There was then a question about whether this vote constituted a quorum. The City Attorney responded that as long as a quorum of the Council was present at the meeting, the motion was valid.

municipal building space needs study

Ald. Polk introduced Resolution No. 14.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 14

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to contract with the Zimmerman Design Group, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for a space needs study, ADA compliance and recommendations for future needs of the municipal complex, as detailed in the scope of services proposal.

Ald. Polk, seconded by Ald. Rogers moved to approve Resolution No. 14.

Ald. Wendorf explained that the Finance Committee does recommend this resolution and further reiterated that this space needs study was discussed and approved during the budget process last fall.

The City Administrator stated that if approved, the first meeting between City department heads and the Zimmerman Design Group would be May 13th.

Roll was then called on Resolution No. 14. On call of the roll, Ald. Wagner, Ald. Wendorf, Ald. Rogers, Ald. Polk and Ald. Wendt voted aye; Ald. Oppermann abstained. The motion carried on a vote of 5 to 0 with 1 abstention.

accepting the resignation of ald. brian mallory

Ald. Rogers introduced Resolution No. 15.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 15

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the resignation of Brian Mallory is hereby accepted and that Alderperson Mallory is hereby thanked for his years of service to the City of Jefferson and is wished the best of luck in the future, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to place a notice of vacancy for Alderperson and to solicit letters of interest to fill said unexpired term, for the Council to consider and act upon at the next regularly scheduled meeting.

Ald. Rogers, seconded by Ald. Wendorf moved to approve Resolution No. 15.

On voice vote, the motion carried.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Wendt, moved to adjourn to Closed Session pursuant to Section 19.95(1)(c) & (e) of the Wisconsin State Statutes to discuss the hire of a temporary Recreation Supervisor and the purchase of Public Property.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Rogers, moved to reconvene to open session.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

purchase of public property

Ald. Oppermann introduced Resolution No. 16.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 16

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to execute an option to purchase approximately 19.85 acres in the North Business Park to Kraft Foods, Inc. contingent upon consummation of successful negotiations of suitable terms and contents of the option presented.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Polk moved to approve Resolution No. 16.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

hire of a temporary recreation director

Ald. Rogers introduced Resolution No. 17.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 17

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that Mr. Tony Acketz is hereby hired as a limited term employee to fill the position of Recreation Supervisor at an hourly wage set by the City Administrator within salary parameters as established by the Common Council.

Ald. Rogers, seconded by Ald. Wagner moved to approve Resolution No. 17.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

REPORTS

CHIEF OF POLICE

Chief Besel reported that the new police car had arrived and a new City of Jefferson logo has been applied.

Ald. Oppermann requested that the Chief look into temporary "No Parking" being placed at the corner of North Dewey and Racine Streets, in front of the bowling alley, for the duration of the Highway 26 construction. It is very difficult for traffic from Dewey to see oncoming traffic coming west on E. Racine Street.

CITY ENGINEER

The City Engineer reported that there will be a zoning appeal coming up for the last home on "N" to add on. The problem is that they are on city right-of-way.

CITY ADMINISTRATOR

The City Administrator reported that the sewer project on Watertown Road has begun.

City Administrator Frantz also reported that Mr. Joe Tate, owner of Miss Kitty's had telephoned and reported that Miss Kitty's is doing well and the plan is to begin the remodeling of the old Popp Seed Store. The Dance Ranch should be in operation by fall. Mr. Tate also stated that if the City of Jefferson decided that they were not interested in the Depot property, he is interested in the purchase of the property to create an outdoor café and coffee house.

The City Administrator also reported that the date for Board of Review has been set for Wednesday, May 29 from 4 to 8 p.m.

Administrator Frantz also reported that the interview process would begin on Saturday for a City Engineer.

Ald. Polk, seconded by Ald. Wendorf moved to adjourn the Tuesday, May 7, 1996, meeting of the City of Jefferson Common Council. The motion carried unanimously.

These minutes of the May 7, 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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