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10:44 PM, Mar. 14, 2013  |  Comments
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Monday

Portage County Finance Committee, 7 a.m., Conference Room, County Annex, 1462 Strongs Ave. Agenda includes discussion and possible action regarding grant applications/awards, resolution authorizing the cancellation of outstanding checks issued prior to Dec. 31, 2012, discussion regarding the 2012 budget status reports, and discussion regarding request for budget surplus funding for finance department.

Portage County Housing Authority, 5 p.m., Housing Authority Office, 1100 Centerpoint Drive, Suite 201B. Agenda includes discussion and possible action on review submitted 2013 lawn care bids for possible acceptance/denial, performance standards - borrower self-certification requirements for 2012 year-end requirements, revision to Housing Choice Voucher Administrative Plan - Procedures for lack of funding.

Stevens Point Special Joint Common Council/Police and Fire Commission Meeting, 6 p.m., Council Chambers, County-City Building, 1516 Church St. Adjourn into closed session (about 6:01 p.m.) pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes 19.85(1)(e) to deliberate and negotiate the investing of public funds whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session - Joint Dispatch Agreement with Portage County.

Stevens Point City Council, 7 p.m., Council Chambers, County-City Building, 1516 Church St. Agenda includes public hearing - request from Point of Beginning Inc., representing the Stevens Point Area School District to rezone 349 Second St. N. from "B-4" Commercial District to "R-2" Single Family Residence District; public hearing - request from Point of Beginning Inc., representing the Stevens Point Area Public School District for a conditional use permit for the purposes of constructing an educational/community center at 341 Second St. N. and 349 Second St. N.; Public Hearing - Chapter 23 - Zoning - reduce the building and parking lot setback requirements within the "B-5" Highway Commercial District; resolution appropriating to the Community Development Authority anticipated funds in the amount of $1,700,000 from note issued for purposes provided therein under restrictive conditions, i.e. joint agreement; resolution authorizing and providing for the sale and issuance of $1,700,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes, Series 2013B, and all related details; WisDOT State/Municipal Agreement regarding construction costs associated with the I-39/North Reserve Street Project; preliminary resolution - special assessment for replacement of nonstandard water services and nonstandard sanitary sewer laterals on Ellis Street from Division Street to Michigan Avenue.

Portage County Farm Technology Days Executive Commitee, 7 p.m., Stevens Point Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, 340 Division St. N. 715-346-1316

Tuesday

Junction City Village Board special meeting, 9:45 a.m., Village Hall. Agenda includes request to extend short term loan ($80,000) until Aug. 1; awarded bid - Phase II, water and sewer rehab.

Tomorrow River School District Building Project Committee, 3 p.m., District Board Room, 357 N. Main St., Amherst. 715-824-5521, x1.

Portage County Board of Supervisors, 5 p.m., County Board Chambers of County-City Building, 11516 Church St. Agenda includes possible action on adopting, approving and ratifying a reorganization of the Portage County Parks Department with the establishment of an assistant director position, a trails coordinator position, and a parks maintenance specialist position; resolution for snowmobile trails aids 2013-2014 season; Amendments and updates to Sections 2.21.4 through 2.21.6, 2.21.10, 3.1.21, 3.1.24, and 3.2 of the Code of Ordinances relating to the Emergency Management Department; Authorization and acceptance of additional 2013 grant funding From the Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection; Approving a construction agreement between Portage County and Apex Fire Protection LLC for the provision and installation of automatic fire sprinkler system at the Health Care Center; Amending the Portage Code of Ordinances Chapter 3, Administration of County Government - Section 3.7 County Purchasing Ordinance; 2013 new position request for five highway seasonal positions.

Tomorrow River School District Board, 7 p.m., District Board Room. Agenda includes building referendum update and update on school street property acquisition and appraisals.

Wednesday

Town of Plover Board, 6 p.m., Town Hall, 5081 Hoover Ave. S. Agenda includes review mobile home ordinance; Town Board to give direction of duties for the clerk; town website ideas, or changes; review alcohol license and licensing requirements and all other resolutions pertaining to alcohol licensing; review of town office hours.

Almond-Bancroft School District Board, 6:30 p.m., Bancroft School. Agenda includes possible action on plan for sports complex, 2013-14 Curriculum Handbook, Kurkowski property and gymnasium finishing.

Thursday

Portage County EMS Oversight Board, 4:30 p.m., Conference Room 5, Annex Building, 1462 Strongs Ave. 715-346-1398

April 17

Tomorrow River School District Buildings and Safety Committee, 1 p.m., District Board Room. 715-824-5521, ext. 1.

April 24

Tomorrow River School District Wellness Committee, 3:10 p.m., District Board Room. 715-824-5521, ext. 1.

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