MINUTES

CITY OF JEFFERSON COMMON COUNCIL MEETING

TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1997

 

The Tuesday, August 5, 1997, 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. Carnes, Ald. Rogers, Ald. Polk, Ald. Hetzel, Ald. Oppermann and Ald. Beyer. Ald. Wendorf was absent. Also present was City Administrator Schornack, City Attorney Scheibel, Police Chief Besel, City Engineer Ludwig and Administrative Assistant Sellnow.

communications

Ald. Wagner congratulated the Jefferson Teeners Baseball Team for going to the State Championships this year. Ald. Wagner also extended the Council's congratulations for a job well done to Barb Endl and the Jefferson Relay for Life with an estimated net income of $105,000 in donations for the American Cancer Society.

mayoral proclamation

Mayor Brawders read the following proclamation:

WHEREAS, The annual sale of Buddy Poppies by the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States has been officially recognized and endorsed by governmental leaders since 1922, and

WHEREAS, VFW Buddy Poppies are assembled by disabled veterans, and the proceeds of this worthy fund-raising campaign are used exclusively for the benefit of disabled and needy veterans, and the widows and orphans of deceased veterans, and

WHEREAS, the basic purpose of the annual sale of Buddy Poppies by the Veterans of Foreign Wars is eloquently reflected in the desire to "Honor the Dead by Helping the Living", therefore

I, Arnold M. Brawders, Mayor of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin, do hereby urge the citizens of this community to recognized the merits of this cause by contributing generously to its support through the purchase of Buddy Poppies on the day set aside for the distribution of these symbols of appreciation for the sacrifices of our honored dead.

I urge all patriotic citizens to wear a Buddy Poppy as mute evidence of our gratitude o the men and women of this country who have risked their lives in defense of the freedoms which we continue to enjoy as American citizens.

public participation

Don Kraus of 702 Windsor Terrace, addressed the Council regarding his concerns with the new park land dedication ordinance. Mr. Kraus also complimented City Engineer Ludwig for his help with another unrelated matter.

public hearing and council action regarding public improvements in subdivisions and platting

Mayor Brawders called the public hearing to order.

City Administrator Schornack read the Notice of Public Hearing.

City Engineer Dan Ludwig gave an explanation of the proposed amendment to the municipal code stating that this ordinance would clarify that the developer is responsible for all costs involved with the installation of all public improvements within their subdivision.

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. Polk introduced Ordinance #17-97 for its second reading.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

PROPOSED ORDINANCE #17-97

An ordinance to create Section 18.07(4) & (5) of the Municipal Code of the City of Jefferson Related to Subdivisions and Platting.

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

Section 1. Section 18.07(4) & (5) of the Municipal Code, City of Jefferson, related to Public Improvements is hereby created, as follows:

Section 2. Section 18.07(4) REQUIREMENTS. After submission of the preliminary plat, the subdivider shall provide engineering plans showing the layout and design standards for making and installing the following public improvements for each lot. Public improvements include, without limitation by enumeration: streets, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, sewer service, water service, electrical service, street lights, and fire protection. The City Engineering Department shall provide the subdivider with the design standards and construction requirements for the foregoing public improvements.

  1. SURETY. Pursuant to SS236.13, WI Stats., the subdivider shall be responsible for all costs in making and installing any public improvements shown on the engineering plans, and approval of the final plat shall be contingent upon the subdivider executing a surety bond, irrevocable letter of credit, escrow account, or other security approved by the Council to insure that the subdivider will make those improvements within a reasonable time.

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

Ald. Polk, seconded by Ald. Rogers moved to approve Proposed Ordinance #17-97.

Ald. Beyer inquired if this ordinance would still allow for deviations from our standard design requirements.

The City Engineer replied that this ordinance would not affect the process the developer must follow with the Plan Commission and Council for the look of a subdivision. This ordinance simply states who is responsible for paying for the improvements.

Roll was then called on proposed Ordinance #17-97. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

CONSENT AGENDA

Ald. Beyer introduced Resolution No. 60.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 60

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the consent agenda for August 5, 1997, is hereby adopted.

The consent agenda for tonight includes:

  1. Operator's Licenses to: Stephanie L. Palmer, 107 East Milwaukee Street, Jefferson, WI 53549; Brian P. Sniff, 1036 Hillview Drive #101A, Whitewater, WI 53190; Jill L. Swanton, 2402 8th Street, Monroe, WI 53566; Shirley Krebs, 208 Hillcrest Lane, Jefferson, WI 53549; Tina L. Ihlenfeld, 1015 S. Gafke, Jefferson, WI 53549; and Jesse L. Hill, Jr., N3078 Willing Road, Jefferson, WI 53549, contingent upon completion of background check and MATC Awareness Class.
  2. Junk Location and Junk Vehicle License- Randy Hanson, N3384 Hwy 89, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 for location 107 West Walworth Street, Jefferson, WI 53549; and Aumann's Service Inc., Bradley Aumann, Manager, 122 East Dane Street, Jefferson, WI 53549.

Ald. Beyer, seconded by Ald. Wagner moved to approve Resolution No. 60.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

 

rezoning of Parcel on S. whitewater avenue

Ald. Rogers introduced Ordinance #18-97 for its first reading.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

ORDINANCE #18-97

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 (R1) District and adding said property to the Highway Commercial (BH) District:

Description: COM 633.60FT S OF E1/4/P, W 1188FT TO CTH N,SE ON HGY TO PT 1265FT N OF S/S/L & POB,S TO PT 125.20FT N OF RIV W TO RIV, NWLY ON RIV BK TO E/LOF MAIN ST, N TO SW/C OF BLK 43,ORIG PLAT,E TO CTH N, SE ON HGY TO POB.EX BEG 1936.10 W OF E1/4C,S44DG25'E 148.5FT S45DG35'W 107.25FT, N44DG24'W 99 FT, N9DG15'E TO N/L SD ¼ ¼, S86DG12 E 24.57FT TO POB EXHWYIN302-271. EX BEG ON S/L OF ROCK ST, 40FT S3DG33'W & 128.45FT N86DG12'W FR SE/C BLK 43, ORIG PLAT, N86DG12'W 132 FT, S1DG36'E 140FT, S86DG12'E 132FT, N1DG36'W 140 FT TO POB. EX ST IN 466-142.
EX CSM 2507-9-100
EX CSM 2614-10-32.
EX COM SE/C BLK 43 ORIG PLAT S3DG33'W 40FT TO POB, N86DG12'W 128.45FT, S1DG36'E 157.5FT, N88DG08'E 131.27FT, N3DG48'E 143.84FT, N86DG12'W 17FT TO POB. EX CSM 3146-13-159. ALC946-85
LC828-931/875-23/938-444.

Parcel #: 06-14-11-42-005

Address: Parcel southeast of 821 S. Whitewater 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.

This is a first reading.

 

ANNEXATION OF LAND OWNED BY SALLY GROSS

Ald. Oppermann introduced Ordinance #19-97 for its first reading.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

PROPOSED ORDINANCE #19-97
ANNEXING TERRITORY FROM THE TOWN OF AZTALAN

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

SECTION 1: Territory Annexed. In accordance with s. 66.021 of the Wisconsin Statutes of 1989, the unanimous petition for direct annexation filed with the City Clerk on the 17th day of June, 1997, signed by the owner of all of the land in the territory (one elector resides therein), the following described territory in the Town of Aztalan, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, is annexed to the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin:

The northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 36, Town 7 North, Range 14 East, Town of Aztalan, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.

Also beginning at the southwest corner of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 36, Town 7 North, Range 14 East; thence north on quarter quarter line, 6.97 chains; thence east 6.72 chains to the center of highway; thence southwesterly in the center of said Highway, 8.51 chains to a point on the south line of said northwest quarter of the southwest quarter, 1.84 chains east of the place of beginning; thence west 1.84 chains to the place of beginning.

EXCEPTING THEREFROM 2 acres heretofore deeded to the Chicago & Northwestern Railway Company.

FURTHER EXCEPTING THEREFROM lands conveyed to Charles J. Ganser by Warranty Deed recorded on August 21, 1962 in Volume 333 of Deeds on Page 606.

FURTHER EXCEPTING THEREFROM lands conveyed by Quit Claim Deed dated September 2, 19988, and recorded on October 11, 1988 in Volume 724 of Records on Page 798, as Document Number 845212.

SECTION 2. Effect of Annexation. From and after the date of this ordinance, the territory described in Section 1 shall be a part of the City of Jefferson 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 3. Ward Designation. The territory described in Section 1 of this ordinance is hereby made a part of the 2nd ward of the City of Jefferson, subject to the ordinances, rules and regulations of the City governing wards.

SECTION 4. Zoning Classification. The plan commission is directed to prepare an amendment to the zoning ordinance setting forth permanent classifications and regulations for zoning of the annexed area and submit its recommendations to the council.

SECTION 5. Severability. If any provision of this ordinance is invalid or unconstitutional, or if 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.

SECTION 6. Effective Date: This ordinance shall take effect upon passage and publication as provided by law.

This is a first reading.

HISTORIC PRESERVATION ORDINANCE

Ald. Carnes introduced Ordinance #20-97 for its first reading.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

PROPOSED ORDINANCE #20-97

An ordinance to create Section 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Jefferson related to historic preservation.

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

Section 1. Section 19 of the Municipal Code of the City of Jefferson, Historic Preservation, is hereby created as follows:

"Due to its length, In lieu of reading the complete text of this ordinance a complete copy is on file at the office of the City Clerk and is available for public inspection."

This is a first reading.

1996 general purpose financial statements

Ald. Oppermann introduced Resolution No. 61.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 61

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the 1996 General Purpose Financial Statements are hereby accepted.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Carnes moved to approve Resolution No. 61.

Mr. Kim Tredinnick, of Virchow Krause, the auditing firm for the City of Jefferson, addressed the Common Council and gave an overview of the finalized 1996 Financial Statements for the City of Jefferson. His overall impression is that the City of Jefferson in good financial condition, in fact, better than average for a city our size.

Roll was then called on Resolution No. 61, the acceptance of the 1996 General and Special Funds Financial Statements. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

Mayor Brawders then amended the Common Council agenda and pulled items 17 & 18 ahead, Resolution Nos. 68 & 69, for discussion at this time.

south dewey avenue right-of-way, street widths and sidewalks

Ald. Polk introduced Resolution No. 68.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 68

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the right-of-way width for South Dewey Avenue from the south end of Stoppenbach Park to East Clancy Street be sixty (60) feet, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the street width will be thirty-seven (37) feet back-of-curb to back-of-curb with four foot sidewalks along both sides of the street.

Ald. Polk, seconded by Ald. Oppermann moved to approve Resolution No. 68.

Ald. Beyer explained that the Streets Health Sanitation Committee discussed this item, however, they did not reach a recommendation for the Council.

City Engineer Ludwig explained to the Council that he was trying to stay in line with our Municipal Code Chapter 18.05(2)(f) which states that a collector street should have a 66 foot right-of-way with a roadway of 36 feet. Dewey is designated a collector street and Dan stated that he had some real concerns about emergency access on South Dewey Avenue from S. Spring Street to Stoppenbach Park.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to amend Resolution No. 68 to a 32 foot roadway. On call of the roll: Ald. Beyer, Ald. Wagner, and Ald. Rogers voted aye; Ald. Polk, Ald. Hetzel, Ald. Oppermann, and Ald. Carnes voted no. The motion was defeated 3 to 4.

Ald. Oppermann stated that he believed we need a continuity of our streets with our Municipal Code.

Ald. Hetzel questioned whether the future may bring another collector street further to the east and then South Dewey will not be as heavily traveled.

Ald. Polk, seconded by Ald. Oppermann moved to amend Resolution No. 68 to eliminate the sidewalk on the west side of S. Dewey.

Ald. Hetzel stated his support for this amendment saying that the east side sidewalk would be consistent with the remainder of Dewey Avenue.

Roll was then called on the amendment to eliminate sidewalk on the west side. On call of the roll: Ald. Hetzel, Ald. Oppermann, Ald. Wagner, Ald. Carnes, Ald. Rogers, and Ald. Polk voted aye; Ald. Beyer voted no. The motion carried on a vote of 6 to 1.

Ald. Beyer moved to amend Resolution No. 68 to read a 40 foot right-of-way; a 32 foot street; with 20 feet of easement. The motion died for the lack of a second.

The City Engineer stated that he wanted to clarify his main area of concern. It is the stretch of Dewey from Stoppenbach Park to E. Spring Street. This is due to the fact that with the current right-of-way the section of street from Stoppenbach park to E. Spring Street will not line up correctly with the section of Dewey that will run through the Meadow Springs Golf Course, causing an hour glass effect to the street.

Ms. Jeanne Whitish of Madison Golf Development Group and the engineer for the project were allowed to address the Council with their comments and concerns.

Ms. Whitish stated her concerns of the street being too close to the playing area of the golf course and that all of their plans have been based on the agreements of two years ago.

Ms. Whitish also stated that her Board has asked that the Resolution state that there will be no special assessments for this street project imposed on Meadow Springs.

Ald. Beyer, seconded by Ald. Rogers moved to amend the right-of-way width and easements in Resolution No. 68 as follows: 40 foot right-of-way and 10 feet of easement on each side of the right-of-way from Clancy Street north to E. Spring Street; and 50 foot of right-of-way from E. Spring Street north to Stoppenbach Park.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Carnes moved to assess 50% of the cost of the extension of South Dewey to the property owners.

Ald. Oppermann stated that he feels that every other property owner is assessed for improvements, the golf course should also.

City Engineer Ludwig did interject that a similar, "no special assessment charge," arrangement was made with Jefferson County for North Jackson Avenue, (a collector street) adjacent to the County Fair grounds.

Ald. Beyer stated that she would not support this amendment.

Ald. Rogers stated that she felt that the Council must deal in good faith and stay with the original agreement and not special assess this project.

Ald. Wagner stated his agreement with Ald. Rogers comments.

Roll was then called on the amendment to Amended Resolution No. 68 to add 50% special assessments to the property owners. On call of the roll: Ald. Oppermann and Ald. Carnes voted aye; Ald. Beyer, Ald. Wagner, Ald. Rogers, Ald. Polk, and Ald. Hetzel voted no. The motion was defeated on a vote of 2 to 5.

Mayor Brawders then called for a roll call vote on Amended Resolution No. 68 which now reads as follows: "…the right-of-way width for South Dewey Avenue from the south end of Stoppenbach Park to E. Spring Street is fifty (50) feet, and the right-of-way width for S. Dewey Avenue from E. Spring Street to E. Clancy Street is forty (40) feet with 10 foot easements on each side, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the street width will be thirty-seven (37) feet back-of-curb to back-of-curb with a four foot sidewalk along the east side of the street."

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

final plat approval for fairway place

Ald. Rogers introduced Resolution No. 69.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 69

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the final plat for Fairway Place in the City of Jefferson, Jeffres LLC, owner, is hereby approved per the terms and conditions as set forth by the Plan Commission, and

THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Administrator is authorized to sign the final plat and sign and certify to the Wisconsin Dept. of Commerce that public sewer will be made available to all lots in the plat, contingent upon Council approval of the developer's agreement, receipt of the performance bond signed by Lee Bruce, as drafted by the City Attorney, and an irrevocable letter of credit in a form acceptable to the City Attorney.

Ald. Rogers, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to approve Resolution No. 69.

Ald. Beyer, seconded by Ald. Oppermann moved to incorporate Amended Resolution No. 68 into Resolution No. 69, in that approval of the final plat is also contingent upon the owner complying with the stipulations set down in amended Resolution No. 68. On a voice vote, the motion carried.

Roll was then called on Amended Resolution No. 69. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

contract with jaeckel bros. for storm sewer on east puerner street and north marion avenue

Ald. Wagner introduced Resolution No. 62.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 62

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to enter into a contract for service with Jaeckel Bros. for storm sewer installation on E. Puerner Street and N. Marion Avenue in an amount not to exceed $9,725.25.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Polk moved to approve Resolution No. 62.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

preliminary special assessment resolution for storm sewer on E. Puerner and N. Marion

Ald. Hetzel introduced Resolution No. 63.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

PRELIMINARY RESOLUTION NO. 63

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin:

  1. That the Common Council declares its intention under Section 66.60 of the Wisconsin Statutes to levy special assessments upon the following described properties benefited by the proposed improvements, which improvements and assessments constitute an exercise of the City's police powers:
  2. Storm Sewer: 855 feet of storm sewer along E. Puerner Street and N. Marion Avenue.

  3. The Common Council determines that the improvements and assessments constitute an exercise of the City's police powers, properties to be assessed are benefited by the project and the amounts assessed against each parcel shall be based on front footage.
  4. The Assessments against any parcel may be paid in full or in 10 annual installments when arrangements have been made with the City Administrator.
  5. The City Engineer shall prepare a report which will consist of the following:
    a. Plans and specifications for the improvements
    b. An estimate of the entire cost of the improvements.
    c. Schedule of proposed assessments.
  6. The City Administrator is hereby directed to give a Class One Notice of public hearing pertaining to the proposed projects as specified in section 66.60 of the Wisconsin Statutes, scheduled for August 19, 1997, at 7:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 317 S. Main Street, Jefferson, Wisconsin.

Ald. Hetzel, seconded by Ald. Polk moved to approve Resolution No. 63.

The motion carried on a voice vote.

 

council for the performing arts lease

Ald. Rogers introduced Resolution No. 64.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 64

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the Mayor and city Administrator are hereby authorized to sign a lease with the Council for the Performing Arts for the Carnegie Building.

Ald. Rogers, seconded by Ald. Wagner moved to approve Resolution No. 64.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Carnes moved to table Resolution No. 64 pending further information to be collected by staff. The motion carried unanimously.

adoption of 1997 city of jefferson comprehensive outdoor recreation plan revised as of may 20, 1997

Ald. Oppermann introduced Resolution No. 65.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 65

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the 1997 City of Jefferson Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan revised as of May 20, 1997, is hereby adopted.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Polk moved to approve Resolution No. 65.

Ald. Oppermann explained the changes that were made in the Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan since the Council adopted the original version on May 20, 1997. He stated that the proposed boat dock was moved up to next year, instead of later; an additional $5,000 was included for the clean up of two city right-of-ways to the river; and an additional $10,000 in 2000 and 2001 and $20,000 was included for 2002 for the development of Parks in the City.

The Mayor then called for a voice vote on Resolution No. 65. On a voice vote, the motion carried.

 

TOT LOT PLAYGROUND FOR STOPPENBACH PARK

Ald. Beyer introduced Resolution No. 66.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 66

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to purchase playground equipment from Lee Recreation at a not to exceed price of $2,500.

Ald. Beyer, seconded by Ald. Rogers moved to approve Resolution No. 66.

Parks, Recreation & Forestry Director Endl was asked how soon this equipment could be installed. He replied that if passed, he could order the equipment on Wednesday, with delivery in 4 to 6 weeks, which should allow for installation this Fall.

Roll was then called on Resolution No. 66. On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

computer update purchases

Ald. Carnes introduced Resolution No. 67.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 67

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to purchase a Pentium Pro 200 File Server, a GIS Graphics Workstation and 2 Pentium upgrades from Computer Networks for a cost not to exceed $8,747.69, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to purchase four Windows Workstations from Dan Spangler Software for a cost not to exceed $6,568.

Ald. Carnes, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to approve Resolution No. 67.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

memorial resolution for charles kuehn

Ald. Wagner introduced Resolution No. 70.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 70

WHEREAS, God in his infinite mercy, has chosen to call from this life, Charlie Kuehn, and

WHEREAS, Charlie served the City of Jefferson for over 40 years as a volunteer Fire Fighter, and

WHEREAS, Charlie was a friendly and warm citizen of this community, and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Common Council of the City of Jefferson, by this resolution, extends its sympathy to the family of the late Charlie Kuehn, and that a copy of this resolution be sent to the bereaved family.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Carnes moved to approve Resolution No. 70.

The Council stood for a moment of silence in memory of Charlie Kuehn.

Ald. Rogers, seconded by Ald. Beyer, moved to adjourn to Closed Session pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(e) of the Wisconsin State Statutes to discuss the Hire of Personnel.

On call of the roll, the motion carried unanimously.

Mayor Brawders reconvened the Council to open session.

hire of a street crew person

Ald. Beyer introduced Resolution No. 71.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 71

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to hire Mr. Todd Clark to the position of street Crew Person at an hourly wage of $11.1268.

Ald. Beyer, seconded by Ald. Hetzel moved to approve Resolution No. 71.

On a voice vote, the motion carried.

REPORTS

CITY ENGINEER

City Engineer Ludwig reported:

CITY ADMINISTRATOR

City Administrator Schornack reported:

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to adjourn the August 5, 1997, meeting of the City of Jefferson Common Council. The motion carried unanimously.

These minutes of the August 5, 1997, 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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