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School District of Cadott Community Committee Meeting Board of Education Nov. 4, 2019 The following members were present: Donna Albarado, Mark Schley, Rod Tegels, Cedric Boettcher, Alan Sonnentag, Brad Sonnentag and Tony Riley.
In attendance: Jenny Starck, Robin Strzyzewski and Sue Shakal Mr. Tegels called the meeting to order at 7 p.m.
Discussion was had on the following topics: Fastbridge assessment scoring, WASB Annual Board Development Tool, Policy 5460-Graduation Requirements, Policy 5464-Early Graduation, Policy 2270-Religion in the curriculum, Policy 3122-Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity, 5341-Emergency Medical Authorization, Policy 3120-Employment of Professional staff, DPI – Essential oils in the classroom.
Mrs. Albarado motioned to adjourn the meeting at 8:10 p.m. Seconded by Mr. Boettcher. Motion carried.
Donna Albarado, clerk 82633 • wnaxlp NOTICE City of Cornell Minutes of Common Council Meeting Nov. 21, 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/clerktreasurer DeJongh.
Council members present: Floyd Hickethier, Aimee Korger, Terry Smith, Steve Turany, Ashley Carothers and Mark Larson Guest present: Ginna Young Motion Hickethier, seconded Korger, to accept the agenda as printed. Carried 6 ayes.
Motion Carothers, seconded Korger, to approve the regular council meeting minutes of Nov. 7, 2019. Carried 6 ayes.
Korger reported on Public Health and Safety Meeting of Nov. 19, 2019. Committee discussed additional regulations for mobile home parks, for trailer/camper parking limits on city streets and keeping horse manure off city streets.
Council received notice of April 7, 2020, spring election and circulation of nomination papers can start Dec. 1, 2019.
Motion Carothers, seconded Turany, to approve an Intermunicipal agreement with Chippewa County, to provide land near the water tower for new emergency radio communication equipment. Carried 6 ayes.
Motion Korger, seconded Turany, to present a $20 KJ’s Market gift card to full-time or regular scheduled employees for Christmas. Carried 6 ayes. Forthcoming Events:
• Kids Community Christmas – Dec. 7, 2019, at Cornell High School, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
• Support and Shop Small Business is Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019.
Motion Carothers, seconded Korger, to approve bills totaling $28,374.02. Roll call vote carried 6 ayes.
Bill Kvapil from the local ATV club asked that the city council put a letter of support together requesting county officials consider opening a County Road, as an ATV route, to allow access to Cornell from the south.
Motion Korger, seconded Hickethier, to adjourn. Carried 6 ayes.
Adjourned at 7:37 p.m. David DeJongh, administrator/ clerk-treasurer 82597 • wnaxlp NOTICE Cadott Village Special Board Minutes Dec. 2, 2019 The Finance Committee met at 6 p.m. to audit the bills.
The regular meeting of the Cadott Village Board was called to order by president Anson Albarado. Trustees present were: Bart Chapek, Russ Falkenberg, Merlin Huhn, Randy Kuehni and Terry Licht. Absent: Les Liptak. Public present: Nina Eisold, Jeff Knecht and Julia Wolf (reporter). The next regular board meeting will be Dec. 16, 2019, at 6:30 p.m.
A motion was made by Licht and seconded by Falkenberg, to approve the minutes of the Nov. 18, 2019, board meeting. MC.
A motion was made by Huhn and seconded by Kuehni, to approve the bills dated Dec. 2, 2019. Motion by roll call. MC.
A motion was made by Chapek and seconded by Huhn, to approve any additional monthly bills. MC.
A motion was made by Licht and seconded by Kuehni, to open the public hearing on the 2020 Proposed Budget. MC. No one from the public was present. The clerk stated the figures were the same as discussed at the last budget workshop.
A motion was made by Huhn and seconded by Kuehni, to close the public hearing. MC.
A motion was made by Kuehni and seconded by Huhn, to open the public hearing on an application for a new business in a B-2 Highway Commercial District. MC. No one other than the owner, Nina Eisold, was present. The clerk stated she did not receive any verbal or written objections to the notices sent out. Trustee Liptak (who was unable to attend the meeting) called earlier in the day to say he did not have any objections to the type of business going in, because of the notice he received. Eisold stated there will be a mechanic on duty. She will also have a taxi service there. She is hoping to get handicap taxi services soon. They will also sell some vehicles from that location. Chapek asked if people could park in her lot while they’re bowling as they have in the past. She did not have a problem with that, as long as there is room.
A motion was made by Licht and seconded by Huhn, to close the public hearing. MC.
A motion was made by Kuehni and seconded by Chapek, to approve the 2020 total levy, at $2,037,916.55, and the net mill rate at 0.02146621. Motion by roll call. MC.
A motion was made by Kuehni and seconded by Falkenberg, to approve the application and a Conditional Use Permit to Nina Eisold for her new business at 112 W. Chippewa St. MC. Agenda item 10, regarding the Intermunicipal Agreement with the county was tabled, because the clerk hasn’t heard back from them regarding a change.
Agenda item 11, regarding the moving of an underground electric, was tabled, because there were not any costs available yet. Cedar Corp. has submitted pay request #4, for the CDBG street project. Engineer Len Schreiber was unable to attend the meeting, but had talked to president Albarado. Albarado reported the trees are planted. They still have to see the video of the sewer. The amount due is $73,806.79. A motion was made by Kuehni and seconded by Falkenberg, to approve paying the request. MC.
A motion was made by Chapek and seconded by Licht, to approve signing the annual Memorandum of Understanding between the village and Chippewa County for election purposes. MC.
A motion was made by Falkenberg and seconded by Huhn, to approve officer Pries attending a leadership development conference. MC.
A motion was made by Chapek and seconded by Kuehni, to approve chief Eslinger attending the annual chief’s conference. MC.
Under public comment, Jeff Knecht was present to inform the board of his tattoo business located in the former Sentinel office. His license has been approved by the Chippewa County Dept. of Health. He has operated tattoo places in Eau Claire, Elk Mound and Menomonie.
A motion was made by Chapek and seconded by Licht, to adjourn the meeting. MC. Sandra Buetow, clerk 82532 • wnaxlp