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NOTICE Town of Arthur Town Board Meeting Notice is hereby given that Monday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m., the regular town board meeting will be held at the Arthur Town Hall, 25091 Cty. Hwy. S, Cadott, WI Everyone is welcome to attend. 1. Call to order; 2. Roll call; 3. Public comment, set next board meeting date; 4. Minutes, treasurer’s report, consent agenda; 5. Road report; 6. Business items, discussion and possible action: a. Nominate/approve election workers; b. Select provider for subgrant; c. Town accounting update; d. Election update; e. Update on hall roof; f. Approve mill rate; g. Discuss contigency plan; h. Discuss LRIP billing; i. Clarify CI pay with duties; j. Operator license; k. Agenda items for next meeting l. Correspondence and mail; m. Pay bills as presented; 7. Adjournment Mary Sikora, clerk 64492_12 • wnaxlp NOTICE Cadott Village Village Hall 110 Central Street Dec. 16, 2019 6:30 p.m.

The Village of Cadott will conduct a public hearing, regarding the Neighborhood Street and Storm Sewer Improvements, for the 2018 Community Development Block Grant – Public Facilities Program (CDBG-PF). The public is invited to attend to learn about the CDBG program, to help identify additional community and economic development needs, and to comment on project activities thus far. All information and records relating to the project, can be obtained from the village clerk during regular office hours. Written comments may also be submitted to the village clerk by Dec. 13.

The agenda for the public hearing is: 1. Eligible CDBG activities.

2. Discuss CDBG-PF project and progress to date.

3. Citizen input regarding the progress of the project and other CDBG activities.

4. Identification of any community development needs by the public.

Residents of the Village of Cadott are encouraged to attend, especially residents with low to moderate incomes.

The meeting room is handicap accessible. Persons needing additional accommodations should contact the village clerk, via telephone, at 715-289-4282, or via email: cadottvillageoffi Sandra Buetow, village clerk 82011 • wnaxlp NOTICE City of Cornell Minutes of Common Council Meeting Nov. 7, 2019 7 p.m. mayor Judy Talbot called the regular council meeting to order at the city council chambers. The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance and a moment of silence honoring all individuals who have, or are, protecting our freedom. Minutes taken by administrator/ clerk-treasurer DeJongh.

Council members present: Floyd Hickethier, Aimee Korger, Ashley Carothers, Terry Smith, Mark Larson and Steve Turany.

Guests present: Brian Hurt, Derek Braun and Ginna Young Motion Korger, seconded Turany, to accept the agenda as printed. Carried 6 ayes.

Motion Carothers, seconded Korger, to approve the regular council meeting minutes of Oct. 17, 2019. Carried 6 ayes.

Turany reported on Finance Committee meetings of Oct. 30, Nov. 4 and 7. Committee met to work on 2020 budget and fill public works employee position.

Korger reported that she will hold a Public Health and Safety Committee meeting, in the near future, to address concerns related to horse droppings on public streets and mobile home trailer park concerns.

Motion Turany, seconded Larson, to approve Ordinance #19-4, adopting the 2020 budget. Roll call vote carried 6 ayes.

Notice of Spring Election and circulation of nomination papers can start Dec. 1. Three council seats and the mayor are up for election.

Motion Carothers, seconded Turany, to approve hiring Terry Hladilek Jr. to fill an operator/mechanic position at the city shop. Carried 6 ayes.

Motion Korger, seconded Smith, to table action on the intermunicipal agreement with Chippewa County related to locating emergency radio communication equipment on city property. Carried 6 ayes.

The police department’s October incident report was reviewed with Chief Hurt.

Great Lakes Utilities annual meeting presentations and Strategic 2020-22 Plan were both reviewed at the Finance Committee meeting.

Scott Bowe has reported that most of the improvements have been made out at the shooting range. If anyone has any range concerns, or additional improvements that could be made, please contact Scott soon.

Motion Korger, seconded Hickethier, to approve bills totaling $48,813.23. Roll call vote carried 6 ayes. Forthcoming events:

• Cornell is hosting the next Joint Cities meeting Wednesday, Nov. 20, at Foster’s Riverview Inn, at 6:30 p.m.

• Cornell Health Services is having a craft sale Nov. 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

• Cornell Health Services is also putting on a Thanksgiving dinner.

• Kids Community Christmas – Dec. 7, 2019, at Cornell High School, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

• Bake Sale at Humble Beginnings Nov. 16, 9 a.m. – noon.

Motion Korger, seconded Turany, to adjourn. Carried 6 ayes.

Adjourned at 7:40 p.m. David DeJongh, administrator/ clerk-treasurer 82051 • wnaxlp