Jefferson City Council - Minutes - 2000

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MINUTES
city of jefferson common council
APRIL 18, 2000

The Tuesday, April 18, 2000, 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. Oppermann, Ald. Beyer, Ald. Stevens, Ald. Coffman and Ald. Wenzel, Ald. Johann and Ald. Tennyson. Also present were City Administrator Schornack, City Attorney Scheibel, Police Chief Besel and City Clerk/Treasurer Parlow.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

Nancy Haberman, 536 East North Street, addressed the Council regarding the parking of cars on the lot designated for possible senior use. Ms. Haberman presented the Council with a certificate of insurance for the car parking event. She requested the Council's permission to once again park cars and encourages their support for the ongoing fundraising.

Janet Twist, 663 North Dewey, addressed the Council regarding several issues concerning the senior center. Ms. Twist thanked Ald. Beyer, Ald. Johann and City Administrator Schornack for their attendance at the forum. She felt discouraged that more of the Council members did not attend the forum and felt that they had missed out on a lot of valuable information. Janet Twist discouraged the sale of the Puerner Street lot until the Committee had a chance to review the "Needs and Wants" surveys sent out earlier in the month. Ms. Twist also added that she felt the proceeds from the future potential sale of this lot should be placed in the Senior Center Fund.

Gina Groskopf, W4528 Hillview Lane, addressed the Council regarding the parking of cars. Ms. Groskopf stated that she is a member of the "Friends of the Seniors" she encouraged the Council to support the fundraising activities of the group and noted that proceeds of their fundraisers could be used at the senior center regardless of where it is located.

Lyman Tracy, 415 North Pleasant Avenue, addressed the Council regarding the parking of cars. Mr. Tracy encouraged the Council to support the parking of cars and other "Friends" fundraising efforts.

Hilde Will, 324 North Elizabeth, addressed the Council regarding the "senior property". Ms. Will felt that the property should not be sold before the Committee had a chance to make a recommendation. Will indicated that she felt the Seniors had the first right of refusal on the property.

CONSENT AGENDA

Ald. Wagner introduced Resolution No. 166.

CITY OF JEFFERSON
RESOLUTION nO. 166

 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the consent agenda for April 11, 2000 is hereby adopted.

The consent agenda for tonight includes:

Operator's Licenses

Special Class B Licenses

Class B Beer Six Month License for Jefferson Blue Devils

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Tennyson moved to recommend Resolution No. 166. On call of the roll, motion carried unanimously.

Preliminary resolution to authorize special assessments for sidewalk along both sides of hillside drive (collins road to plymouth street) and both sides of east washington street (center avenue to whitewater avenue) and along the west side of south taft street (west milwaukee street to the john spangler parcel)

Ald. Johann introduced Preliminary Resolution No. 167.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

PRELIMINARY RESOLUTION NO. 167

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. 12,400 sq ft of Concrete Sidewalk along both sides of Hillside Drive and 2,600 sq ft of Concrete Sidewalk along both sides of East Washington Street and 1,200 sq ft of Concrete Sidewalk along the West side of South Taft Street

  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 footages.
  4. The Assessments against any parcel may be paid in full or in 4 annual installments when arrangements have been made with the City Administrator.
  5. The City Engineer shall prepare a report that 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 May 16, 2000, at 7:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 317 S. Main Street, Jefferson, Wisconsin.

Ald. Wagner made an amendment to only place sidewalk on the West side of Hillside Drive. Ald. Johann seconded for discussion.

Ald. Johann asked what the Streets Committee's recommendation was.

Ald. Wenzel indicated that the committee's recommendation was the same as the Preliminary Resolution.

After discussion, Ald. Johann withdrew her motion.

Motion died for lack of a second.

Ald. Beyer encouraged the Council to rethink the placement of sidewalk along East Washington Street. She noted that many resident's driveways were being cut in half, making it in some instances, illegal for homeowners to park in their driveways. She encourage her peers to take a close look at East Washington Street before the May 16th public hearing.

Ald. Johann, seconded by Ald. Tennyson moved to recommend Preliminary Resolution No. 167. On call of the roll, motion carried by a vote of 7 to 1, Ald. Beyer cast the dissenting vote.

CREATING TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICT NO. 4

Ald. Coffman introduced Resolution No. 168.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 168

A RESOLUTION CREATING, DESCRIBING AND MAKING CERTAIN FINDINGS AND APPROVING PROJECT PLAN FOR

TAX INCREMENTAL DISTRICT NO. 4

WHEREAS, the overall development of the City of Jefferson is recognized as a major need of the City; and

WHEREAS, the City of Jefferson desires to create a tax incremental district, in accordance with the provision of Section 66.46 of the Wisconsin Statutes (the "Tax Increment Law"), in order to provide a viable method of financing the costs of needed public improvements within said district and thereby create incentives and opportunities for appropriate private development, which will contribute to the overall development of the City; and

WHEREAS, in accordance with the procedures specified in the Tax Increment Law, the Plan Commission, on March 8, 2000, held a public hearing concerning the proposed creation of a tax incremental district and proposed project plan thereof in the City of Jefferson, wherein interested parties were afforded a reasonable opportunity to express their views; and

WHEREAS, prior to its publication, a copy of the notice of said hearing was sent tot he chief executive officers of Jefferson County Board of Supervisors and the District Board of the Madison Area Technical College (the other entities having the power to levy taxes on property located within the proposed district) and the Board of Education of the Jefferson School District (the school district which includes property located within the proposed district), in accordance with the procedures specified in the boundary description or map attached to this resolution as Exhibit A hereof, and entitled "Boundary Description or Map of Tax Incremental District No. 4, City of Jefferson", and

WHEREAS, the City of Jefferson Plan Commission has prepared and adopted a project plan for Tax Incremental District No. 4 which:

    1. Includes a statement listing the kind, number and location of all proposed public works or improvements within such district;
    2. Contains an economic feasibility study;
    3. Contains a detailed list of estimated project costs;
    4. Contains a description of the methods of financing all estimated project costs and the time when such costs or monetary obligations related thereto are to be incurred;
    5. Includes a map showing existing uses and conditions of real property in such district;
    6. Includes a map showing proposed improvements and uses therein;
    7. Shows proposed changes of:
    1. Zoning ordinances
    2. Master plan
    3. Map
    4. Building codes
    5. City codes
    1. Contains a list of estimate non-project costs
    2. Contains a statement of a proposed method for the relocation of any person to be displaced;
    3. Indicates how the creation of the district promotes orderly development of the City; and
    4. Contains an opinion of the City Attorney or of an Attorney retained by the City advising the plan is complete and complies with Wisconsin Statutes, Section 66.46(4)(f); and

WHEREAS, the Plan Commission has submitted such plan to the Common Council and recommended approval thereof; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson as follows:

    1. Pursuant to the Tax Increment Law, there is hereby created in the City of Jefferson a tax incremental district to be known as "Tax Incremental District No. 4, City of Jefferson", the boundaries of which shall be those recommended to the Common Council by the Plan Commission, as specified in the attached Exhibit A
    2. The Common Council hereby finds and declares that:
    1. Not less than 50% by area of the real property within the said tax incremental district is a blighted area or is in need of rehabilitation or conservation work within the meaning of Section 66.435(2m)(b) of the Wisconsin Statutes; and
    2. The improvement of such area is likely to enhance the value of all the other real property in the said tax incremental district; and
    3. The equalized taxable property of the said tax incremental district does not exceed 7% of the total value of equalized taxable property within the City of Jefferson or the equalized value of taxable property of the district plus the value increment of all existing districts within the City does not exceed 5% of the total equalized value of taxable property within the City.
    4. The project costs directly serve to promote rehabilitation in the area consistent with the purpose for which the district is created.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Common Council of the City of Jefferson approved the project plan adopted by the Plan Commission, attached as Exhibit B, and finds that:

    1. Such project plan for Tax Incremental District No. 4 in the City of Jefferson is feasible, and
    2. Such project plan is in conformity with the master plan of the City of Jefferson.

The City Administrator is hereby authorized and directed to apply to the Wisconsin Department of Revenue, in such form as may be prescribed, for a "Determination of Tax Incremental Base", as of January 1, 2000, pursuant to the provisions of Section 66.46(5)(b) of the Wisconsin Statutes.

The City Assessor is hereby authorized and directed to identify upon the assessment roll returned and examined under Section 60.45 of the Wisconsin Statutes, those parcels of property which are within Tax Incremental District No. 4, specifying thereon the name of the said tax incremental district, and the City Administrator is hereby authorized and directed to make similar notations on the tax roll made under Section 70.65 of the Wisconsin Statutes, pursuant to Section 66.46(5)(f) of the Wisconsin Statutes.

Mr. Dave Anderson of Ehlers and Associates and Mr. Rich Arnesen of Stone House Development LLC were available to answer any questions the Council had.

Mr. Anderson indicated that TIF #4 would allow the cost sharing of the rehabilitation cost of the old Middle School. Anderson indicated that, similar to TIF #3, this is a "pay as you go" TIF. He noted that this type of agreement helps shift the responsibility of the development from the City to the developer.

City Administrator Schornack indicated that the Council would see the development agreement with Stone House Development within the next few meetings.

Ald. Coffman, seconded by Ald. Wenzel moved to recommend Resolution No. 168. On call of the roll, motion carried unanimously.

STUMP REMOVAL AND REPAIR

Ald. Oppermann introduced Resolution No. 169.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 169

Be it resolved by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to contract with Jeff's Beaver Tree Service of Fort Atkinson at a price of $1.22/inch at a not to exceed price of $1000.00. Dollars have been budgeted in the Forestry Department for these services.

Ald. Johann indicated that the motion was unanimous at Finance Committee.

Ald. Tennyson noted that Two Guys Trimming was only $.02 different.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Tennyson made a motion to approve Two Guys Trimming at $1.24/inch at a not to exceed price of $1000.00. Motion was defeated by a vote of 2 to 6.

Ald. Oppermann encouraged the Council to honor the low bid. He felt that this would help keep future bids competitive. He also noted that Two Guys Trimming have been awarded other forestry jobs with the City and that Jeff's Beaver Tree Service is a Chamber Member.

Ald. Oppermann, seconded by Ald. Johann moved to recommend Resolution No. 169. On call of the roll, motion carried by a vote of 7 to 1, Ald. Wagner cast the dissenting vote.

RADIO SYSTEM FOR NEW POLICE DEPARTMENT BUILDING

Ald. Stevens introduced Resolution No. 170.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 170

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin that the City Administrator is authorized to sign an agreement with General Communications to purchase a radio system for the new Police Department building in the amount of $45,798.00.

Ald. Stevens noted that the radio system was in the budget and had come in under anticipated costs.

Ald. Stevens, seconded by Ald. Johann moved to recommend Resolution No. 170. On call of the roll, motion carried unanimously.

SECURITY/CCTV SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR NEW POLICE DEPARTMENT BUILDING

Ald. Tennyson introduced Resolution No. 171.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 171

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin that the City Administrator is authorized to sign an agreement with Best Alarm to purchase a security/CCTV surveillance system for the new police department building in the amount of $12,734.00.

Ald. Stevens once again noted that the security system was in the budget and had come in under anticipated costs.

Ald. Tennyson, seconded by Ald. Stevens moved to recommend Resolution No. 171. On call of the roll, motion carried unanimously.

TELEPHONE SYSTEM FOR NEW POLICE DEPARTMENT BUILDING

Ald. Beyer introduced Resolution No. 172.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 172

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin that the City Administrator is authorized to sign an agreement with Comnet to purchase a telephone system for the new Police Department building in the amount of $18,044.00.

Ald. Stevens again noted that the telephone system was in the budget and had come in under anticipated costs.

Ald. Beyer, seconded by Ald. Tennyson moved to recommend Resolution No. 172. On call of the roll, motion carried unanimously.

STH 26 BY-PASS

Ald. Wenzel introduced Resolution No. 173.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 173

WHEREAS, on March 8, 1996 the City of Jefferson officially petitioned the WIS DOT for a by-pass study of the City of Jefferson, and

WHEREAS, An Origin-Destination study was conducted that showed around 40% of the average daily traffic entering the City was by-passable, and

WHEREAS, in 1997 a traffic count study was conducted on the south side of the City that showed that 20,400 vehicles per day with 11% to 18% trucks, and

WHEREAS, the WIS DOT has estimated that the 1999 traffic on the south side of the City is 21,300 vehicles per day, and

WHEREAS, construction year traffic (2008) is estimated to be between 25,000 and 29,000 vehicles per day on STH 26 at Jefferson,

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Common Council of the City of Jefferson supports a STH 26 by-pass and hereby directs the City Engineer to notify the WIS DOT and their consultants of the Common Council's support for this project.

Ald. Wagner felt that the traffic needed to be diverted from the downtown area.

Ald. Johann, seconded by Ald. Stevens moved to amend Resolution No. 173 to not support the downtown bypass route. Motion carried on a voice vote, Ald. Coffman and Ald. Tennyson cast nay votes.

Ald. Beyer felt that the City would be remiss if we did not address the dangerous mix of pedestrians and semi-trucks in the downtown area. She felt that the removal of bypassable traffic from the downtown would greatly increase the safety for pedestrians of all ages.

Ald. Wenzel, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to recommend Amended Resolution No. 173. On call of the roll, motion carried by a 6 to 2 vote, Ald. Coffman and Ald. Tennyson cast the dissenting votes.

PAYMENT FROM JEFFERSON SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR SANITARY SEWER INTERCEPTOR MAIN

Ald. Beyer introduced Resolution No. 174.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 174

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin that the City Administrator forward an invoice to the Jefferson School District in the amount of $80,000 for the Jefferson School District's share of the sanitary sewer interceptor main to serve the new middle school with payment by the district to be made to the City by May 1, 2001.

Ald. Johann indicated that Finance Committee had discussed this issue at length. After deliberation, they supported the creation of an invoice and amended the payment due date to help the School finance the bill.

Ald. Oppermann indicated that the City had included items in the developers agreement that the School was not anticipating and therefore did not have the funding for. Oppermann encouraged the Council to view the project as an infrastructure improvement and noted that he felt the City would benefit the most from the project.

Ald. Coffman noted that originally the School would have needed to install a lift station to accommodate the sewer needs of the Middle School. Coffman indicated that the School District was aware that a lift station was needed and that the approximate cost would be in the neighborhood of $80,000+. Coffman indicated that the City is now only asking the School for the money they would have expended if the City would not have increased the scope of the interceptor project to meet the School's needs.

City Administrator Schornack indicated that he was not sure what was in the School District's budget for the construction of the Middle School. However, staff had met with School District officials and their engineering staff before any school bonding was done to discuss the needed utilities and their expected costs. Schornack also indicated that the City's two major industries pay for approximately 50% of all Sewer Utility costs, ie: the Sewer Interceptor Project. He noted that industry officials had indicated concern over the scope of the project and were concerned that they were paying for more than just a needed upgrade for the City. Schornack indicated the importance of removing any costs in the project that were not specifically sewer related. Schornack noted that the Streets Committee had met to discuss eliminating one of the planned streets projects to pay for street reconstruction costs which were included in the interceptor project.

Ald. Johann disagreed with Ald. Oppermann's thoughts. Johann did not feel that it was the City taxpayers' responsibility to pay for a utility that would benefit students from the entire school district.

Ald. Stevens indicated that the Finance Committee wanted to keep a positive relationship with the School and were willing to accommodate a lengthy repayment period.

School Superintendent Scott Pierce indicated that money is not set aside in this year's budget. He noted that the School could put money in the subsequent years budget for this purpose. Pierce indicated that the $80,000 was a complete surprise to him and his School Board.

City Administrator Schornack indicated that this issue had been talked about at the Joint Meeting between the School District and the City.

Ald. Stevens, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to amend the payment date in the resolution to July 1, 2001. On call of the roll, motion carried by a vote of 8 to 0.

Ald. Beyer commented that the charge should not be a complete surprise because it has been talked about numerous times.

Mayor Brawders indicated that Ald. Johann had made a good point. City residents should not be required to pay for an improvement which is a school district cost.

Ald. Oppermann asked what percentage $80,000 was of the total project, City Administrator Schornack stated approximately 5%.

Ald. Beyer, seconded by Ald. Johann moved to recommend amended Resolution No. 174. On call of the roll, motion carried by a vote of 7 to 1, Ald. Oppermann cast the dissenting vote.

LAND DIVISION IN THE EXTRATERRITORIAL AREA OF JEFFERSON

Ald. Coffman introduced Resolution No. 175.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 175

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the Common Council hereby waives its extraterritorial zoning jurisdiction over the two-acre division at N5317 Popp Road. (legal description attached)

Ald. Johann asked if this was going against our City ordinance. Administrator Schornack said yes.

City Attorney Scheibel indicated that it is within the City's powers to waive this requirement.

City Engineer Ludwig indicated that this requirement has been waived by the City in the past, but not by the Council—just the Plan Commission.

Ms. Kleinsteiber indicated that the land division had been approved by the Township, referred to the Council by the Plan Commission and has not yet passed at the County level.

Ald. Tennyson made a motion to table the resolution, pending the County's recommendation. Ald. Wenzel seconded for discussion.

Ald. Wenzel stated that the County may not act on the request unless they have a recommendation from the City.

Ald. Wenzel & Tennyson then retracted the motion.

Ald. Beyer indicated that she would support the request, however, she is very concerned about the future impact development outside the City limits will have on the Wastewater Treatment Facility in the future.

Ald. Oppermann felt that this was not much of a concern since Ms. Kleinsteiber's property is almost three miles outside of the City Limits by car.

Ald. Coffman, seconded by Ald. Opperman moved to recommend Resolution No. 175. On call of the roll, motion carried on a vote of 6 to 2, Ald. Tennyson and Ald. Wagner cast the dissenting votes.

ACCEPTANCE OF BID FROM FRANK BROTHERS INC FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF DEWEY AVENUE, COPELAND AVENUE AND FISCHER AVENUE

Ald. Stevens introduced Resolution No. 176.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 176

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to execute a contract between Frank Bros., Inc. for the reconstruction of Dewey Avenue, Copeland Avenue and Fischer Avenue in an amount not to exceed $92,298.00.

Ald. Johann indicated that Frank Brothers was the low bid and that the project had come in under budget.

Ald. Stevens, seconded by Ald. Wenzel moved to recommend Resolution No. 176. On call of the roll, motion carried unanimously.

TAFT, WILLOW & REED STREETS: ROAD ALIGNMENT AND SIDEWALK PLACEMENT

Ald. Tennyson introduced Resolution No. 177.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 177

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin that the road elevation for Reed, Taft, and Willow Streets be at a minimum of 787.8 feet above sea level and that the movement of the road 30' be contingent upon the acquisition of .2 acres of right of way from the School District.

City Administrator Schornack and Ald. Coffman gave a synopsis of the Streets Committee's recommendations for Reed, Taft and Willow Streets.

Both noted that the elevation of the road was being increased to accommodate a request made by Mr. Spangler and to move the elevation of the road above the flood level. However, the increase in elevation could have potential detrimental effects to Mr. Ken Burnett's property.

City Engineer Ludwig then gave a presentation outlining the City's proposed changes to the road and the impact it has on the School District, Mr. Spangler and Mr. Burnett.

Ald. Coffman noted that one item the Streets Committee was certain about is that the roadway must be above the floodplain level.

Discussion then turned to the placement of sidewalk along the aforementioned streets.

Ald. Oppermann noted that the City has a developer's agreement with the School District with conditions and specifications which were agreed to by both parties. Oppermann encouraged the Council to follow these guidelines which were previously agreed upon.

After much discussion, Ald. Tennsyon, seconded by Ald. Johann moved to recommend Resolution No. 177. On call of the roll, motion carried by a vote of 8 to 0.

town and country engineering inspection contract

Ald. Beyer introduced Resolution No. 178.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 178

BE IT RESOLVED, by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson that the City Administrator is hereby authorized to sign an agreement with Town & Country Engineering to provide construction administration and resident engineering services for the construction of the Riverview Drive Sanitary Sewer Interceptor Main construction project.

Ald. Beyer indicated that Finance Committee had a lengthy discussion regarding the contract. Beyer indicated that the total cost would be $156,000 which also included design services.

Ald. Tennyson, seconded by Ald. Johann moved to recommend Resolution No. 178. On call of the roll, motion carried 8 to 0.

AMENDMENT TO DESIGN SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR RIVERVIEW DRIVE SANITARY SEWER INTERCEPTOR MAIN

Ald. Wagner introduced Resolution No. 179.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 179

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin to authorize the City Administrator to sign an amendment (Exhibit A) to the design services agreement with Town & Country Engineering for the Riverview Drive sanitary sewer interceptor main.

Ald. Johann indicated that the agreement was for $5,962.29 and had come in lower than anticipated.

Ald. Wagner, seconded by Ald. Johann moved to recommend Resolution No. 179. On call of the roll, motion carried by a vote of 8 to 0.

Ald. Tennyson, seconded by Ald. Wagner moved to adjourn to closed session pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(g), 19.85(1)(c) and 19.85(1)(e) of the Wisconsin State Statutes to Discuss Employment, Sale of Public Property and Pending Litigation. The motion carried unanimously.

Ald. Tennyson, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to reconvene to open session. The motion carried unanimously.

Resolution No. 180 was removed from the agenda.

Action on Resolution No. 181 was handled in closed session.

REQUEST BY THE FRIENDS OF THE SENIORS TO PARK CARS

Ald. Johann introduced Resolution No. 182.

CITY OF JEFFERSON

RESOLUTION NO. 182

BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Jefferson, Wisconsin that the Friends of the Seniors is authorized to park cars on the parcel of City owned property that had been previously designated as the site for the new senior center provided they provide the City with a Certificate of Insurance in the amount of $1,000,000 and keep the Certificate up-to-date.

Ald. Johann, seconded by Ald. Tennyson moved to approve Resolution No. 182. Motion carried on a voice vote.

Ald. Tennyson, seconded by Ald. Beyer moved to adjourn the April 18, 2000 meeting of the City of Jefferson Common Council. The motion carried unanimously.

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