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Classified EagleHerald www.ehextra.com LEGAL NOTICES B7 Monday, July 19, 2021 PROCEEDINGS OF COMMON COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING FROM JULY 6, 2021 Mayor Steve Genisot called to order, the regular monthly meeting of the City of Marinette Common Council at 06:00 PM in the City Hall Common Council Chambers, 1905 Hall Avenue, Marinette. Upon a call of the roll it was determined a quorum of Common Council members were present and the following attendance was recorded: Members Present: 1st Ward – Alderperson Ken Keller 2nd Ward – Alderperson Jeffrey Skorik; 3rd Ward – Alderperson Doug Oitzinger; 4th Ward – Alderperson Dave Anderson; 6th Ward – Alderperson Debra Klegin; 7th Ward – Alderperson Rick Polzin; 8th Ward – Alderperson Wm. Jason Flatt and Citywide At-Large Seat – Alderperson Dorothy Kowalski. Absent: 5th Ward – Alderperson Liz Mikutowski CITIZEN COMMENTS ON AGENDA ITEMS Jeff Lamont of Oakwood Beach, Marinette spoke against resolution No. 10-2021 Cindy Boyle, Town of Peshtigo Chairperson of N3028 Woodland Road, Marinette spoke against resolution No. 10-2021 Kayla Furton, Town of Peshtigo Supervisor of N2599 Shore Drive, Marinette spoke against resolution No. 10-2021 Kristen Edgar, Town of Peshtigo Supervisor of N2467 Shore Drive, Marinette spoke against resolution No. 10-2021 Ruth Kowalski, Town of Peshtigo Supervisor of W866 Cty. Rd. B, Marinette spoke against resolution No. 10-2021 Pamela Goes of 3054 Carney Avenue, Marinette spoke against resolution No. 10-2021 Scott Wahl of Shing Wa Uk Drive, Marinette on behalf of JCI spoke against resolution No. 10-2021 COMMON COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES Alderpersons Oitzinger moved/Flatt seconded and all concurred, to approve as presented, the regular Common Council meeting minutes from 06/1/2021 and Special Common Council meeting minutes from 06/15/21. Alderpersons Kowalski moved/ Polzin seconded with all in favor (Alderpersons Oitzinger and Flatt nays) (Alderperson Skorik abstained) to approve the Special Joint meeting minutes from June 9, 2021 as typed. REPORTS OF CITIZEN BOARDS & COMMISSIONS No action was taken on the various Citizen Board, Department and Commission reports as presented by Mayor Genisot. STANDING COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Alderpersons Anderson moved/Kowalski seconded and all concurred, to accept, the following standing committee meeting minutes (Finance & Insurance Committee minutes June 15, 2021; Personnel & License Committee minutes June 15, 2021; Board of Public Works Committee minutes June 1 & 15, 2021; Parks & Recreation Committee minutes June 21, 2021; Plan Commission minutes June 2 & 16, 2021; Civic Affairs, Cemetery, Traffic & Lights Committee minutes June 21, 2021; Public Safety Code Enforcement minutes June 21, 2021) MAYORS REPORT & APPOINTMENTS COMMUNICATIONS MAYOR’S REPORT City has received $551,550.95 of 1,103,101.90 ARPA funds. The funds can be used for things such as water, sewer, broadband, housing. Department Heads will be asked to give input and ideas for possible uses. The Logging and Heritage Festival will take place this Saturday, July 10 as a shortened 1-day event. SERVICE AWARDS Mayor Genisot along with Chief LaCombe and Captain Nault thanked retired Chief Mabry and Captain Corry for their many years of service and presented them with a gift. Chief Mabry has been with the City of Marinette for 34 years serving the last 9 as Chief. Captain Corry has been with the City of Marinette for 32 years serving the last 5 as Captain. NEW BUSINESS a. Discussion and possible action regarding request to change procedure of adding action items for standing committees and changes to the duties of standing committees. Alderpersons Polzin moved/Kowalski seconded and upon a call of the roll motion passed with a vote of 7 ayes and 1 nay (Alderperson Flatt) do not change procedure of adding action items for standing committees or change the duties of standing committees. b. Discussion and possible action for the City to approve purchasing the 0.42-acre parcel known as tax parcel number 251-00929.003 Alderpersons Flatt moved/Anderson seconded and upon a call of the roll, motion carries with a vote of 8 ayes and 0 nay to approve the purchase of the 0.42-acre parcel known as tax parcel number 251-00929.003 for $8,000 plus back taxes ($1,200). FINANCE AND INSURANCE COMMITTEE a. RECOMMENDATION TO GRANT ADVANCE AUTHORIZATION TO PAY JULY 2021 EXPENDITURES PURSUANT TO WI STAT. §66.0609 CONTINGENT UPON FINAL REVIEW & APPROVAL OF CITY OF MARINETTE FINANCE AND INSURANCE COMMITTEE. Alderpersons Anderson moved/Polzin seconded and upon a call of the roll motion carried by a vote of 8 ayes to 0 nays to grant advance authorization to the City Treasurer/Finance Director to pay July 2021 expenditures contingent upon Finance and Insurance Committee approval. b. Consideration and approval of May 2021 Budget Reports. Alderpersons Skorik moved/Klegin seconded and all concurred to approve May 2021 budget reports. c. Consideration of recommendation regarding lease to by Heil rear load refuse truck. No action was taken on this agenda item as it will go to Board of Public Works first. PERSONNEL AND LICENSE COMMITTEE CONSIDERATION OF NEW CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS LICENSE FOR TUNDRA SMOKE SHOP 3, INC. Alderpersons Oitzinger moved/Kowalski seconded and all concurred to approve the Cigarette and Tobacco products license for Tundra Smoke Shop 3, Inc. CONSIDERATION OF RECOMMENDATION REGARDING CLASS B BEER ORIGINAL BEVERAGE RETAIL LICENSE APPLICATION FOR WESTALLION BREWING COMPANY LOCATED AT 1821 HALL AVENUE. Alderpersons Oitzinger moved/Polzin seconded and all concurred to approve Class B Beer original beverage retail license application for Westalllion Brewing Company located at 1821 Hall Avenue. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING RECOMMENDATION OF TEMPORARY CLASS “B” WINE APPLICATION TO OLD WORLD CHRISTMAS MARKET COMMITTEE FOR OLD WORLD CHRISMAS MARKET BEING HELD ON NOVEMBER 19-20, 2021 AT 2501 PIERCE AVENUE. Alderpersons Oitzinger moved/Anderson seconded and all concurred to approve a Temporary Class “B” Wine Application to Old World Christmas Market being held on November 19-20, 2021 at 2501 Pierce Ave. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING RECOMMENDATION OF TEMPORARY CLASS “B” FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGE AND WINE LICENSE APPLICATIONS TO MARINETTE TRAVEL BASEALL, INC. FOR BASEBALL TOURNAMENT BEING HELD ON AUGUST 6-8, 2021 AT 2001 CARNEY AVENUE. Alderpersons Kowalski moved/Anderson seconded and all concurred (Polzin abstained) to approve a Temporary Class “B” Fermented Malt Beverage and Wine License Application to Marinette Travel Baseball, Inc. for baseball tournament being held on August 6-8, 2021 at 2001 Carney Avenue. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING TEN (10) RENEWAL LICENSE APPLICATIONS. Alderperson Kowalski moved/Skorik seconded and all concurred to grant the ten renewal operator licenses for Jami L. Beno, Katherine K. Brandt, Rouelyn P. Brown, Diana S. Buchman, Linda J. Garrison, Donna L. Herson, Renee D. Oleson, David W. Philipps, Nicholas A. Stansfield, Chris A. Vanderfin. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING SIX (6) NEW OPERATOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS. Pursuant to Marinette Municipal Code § 9.0220, Personnel and License Committee Policy No. PLC - 1.0010 and Wis. Stat. § 125.17, Alderpersons Polzin moved/Anderson seconded and all concurred to grant operator licenses to the following Six (6) new applicants: Annie E. Bauer, Justice J. Boesen, Mary L. Frewerd, Lauren B. Kamps, and Ellymae L. Wetthuhn and recommend to approve Jaya Z. Klein contingent upon her paying all fines due to the City of Marinette. Each aforementioned operator license applicant, recommended to have licenses granted for the current licensing period expiring 6/30/2023, shall be contingent upon each applicant providing documentation to City Clerk’s Office, prior to expiration date of their 60-day provisional operator license, confirming completion of a State of Wis. approved Responsible Beverage Server class. CIVIC AFFAIRS, TRAFFIC LIGHTS & CEMETERY COMMITTEE Civic Affairs, Traffic Lights & Cemetery Committee did not have any Common Council recommendations for the month of June. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Board of Public Works had no Common Council recommendations for the month of June. PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE Parks and Recreation Committee had no Common Council recommendations for the month of June. PUBLIC SAFETY AND CODE ENFORCEMENT COMMITTEE CONSIDERATION OF RECOMMENDATION REGARDING PROPOSED MUTUAL AID BOX ALARM SYSTEM AGREEMENT Alderpersons Anderson moved/Klegin seconded and upon a call of the roll motion passed with a vote of 7 ayes and 1 nay (Alderperson Oitzinger) to approve the proposed mutual aid box alarm system agreement. MARINETTE MDA FILL THE BOOT CAMPAIGN Alderpersons Skorik moved/Kowalski seconded and all concurred to approve the Marinette MDA Fill the Boot campaign. PLAN COMMISSION Plan Commission had no Common Council recommendations for the month of June. RESOLUTIONS (Copies of complete text of the resolutions described below have been placed on file at the City of Marinette Clerk’s office.) RESOLUTION NO. 09-2021 – RESOLUTION DECLARING BLIGHTED PROPERTY; SAID PROPERTY IS A 0.42-ACRE PARCEL DESIGNATED AS TAX PARCEL NUMBER 251-00929.003. Alderpersons Kowalski moved/Polzin seconded and upon a call of the roll the motion passed by a vote of 6 ayes to 2 nays (Alderpersons Oitzinger and Flatt) to approve Resolution No. 09-2021 declaring blighted property; said property is a 0.42-Acre parcel designated as tax parcel number 251-00929.003. RESOLUTION NO. 10-2021 – RESOLUTION REGARDING MUNICIPAL WATER SERVICE AND THE TOWN OF PESHTIGO. Alderpersons Kowalski moved/Polzin seconded, after discussion, Alderperson Keller called vote on the question; Keller moved/Polzin seconded and upon a call of the roll the motion carries by a vote of 5 ayes to 2 nays (Alderpersons Skorik and Oitzinger) to close discussion. On roll call motion adopted by a vote of 5 ayes to 2 nays (Skorik & Flatt) (Alderperson Anderson absent) to approve Resolution No. 10-2021 regarding Municipal water service and the Town of Peshtigo. ADJOURNMENT: Alderpersons Kowalski moved/Polzin seconded and all concurred to adjourn at 08:02 PM. 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