Government meetings

12:42 AM, Apr. 6, 2013  |  Comments
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Plan Commission: 6 p.m. Monday, Municipal Center.

Village Board: 6:30 p.m. Monday, Municipal Center. Agenda includes: Public hearing on Comprehensive Plan; convene regular board meeting; consider ordinance to adopt Comprehensive Plan; MSA update; Consider resolution to authorize submission of an application for stewardship funds; consider resolution to submit application for recreational boating facilities program; consider approval of MSA Task Order No. 1; approval to bid Highway 54 and 72nd Street intersection improvements; South Wood County Foundation; presentation on regional economic growth initiative and request for letter of support; review of the audit report; committee reports; and president's update.

Village of Port Edwards

Village Board: 7 p.m. Tuesday, Municipal Building. Agenda includes: Regional Economic Growth presentation; consider dropping snow removal fees for Andrew Martinson and Diane Dombrowski; consider changing policy for overtime pay for part-time police officers; consider hiring two part-time officers; approve police chief and assistant chief attendance at April event; Public Works Committee: accept proposal from Rapids Sheet Metal to replace the furnace at the Fire Department at cost of $2,560; motion to let Joe Terry proceed with negotiations with Badger Meter with regards to solving the problems we are having with the water meters; nominate Ed Saylor for negotiating and developing a final contract with the town of Saratoga and Pavloski Developments; Airport Commission; Finance Committee: establish a date for the organizational meeting to be held the week of April 1; reports from village officers and administrators.


Friends of the Lester Public Library of Rome: 8:30 a.m. Friday, Lester Public Library of Rome.

Police and Fire Commission: 9 a.m. Friday, Municipal Building.

Rome Water Utility: 9 a.m. Wednesday, Town Hall.

Grand Rapids

Town Board: 6:30 p.m Tuesday, Municipal Building. Agenda includes: Discuss repairs needed to fire station and town garage to bring buildings into fire inspection compliance; approve Chief Bohn attending training; resolution for approving the purchase of Police Department portable radio; approval of temporary Class B Liquor License for Aqua Skiers for State Water Ski weekend; approve closing Lake Wazeecha during State Water Ski Show Tournament; approve off-premises sign for Garry's Towing to be placed about 300 feet north of Whitrock Avenue on the east side of Eighth Street; bid from Wisconsin Surplus Auction listing of police squad car and dump truck; discuss update of five-year road maintenance plan; discuss funding of Townline Road construction project; amending budget to move money for street and road sign replacement from Street/Road sign fund to road maintenance fund; chairman's appointment to committees; approval of Recycling and Solid Waste Committee member Carol Davis attending meeting in Wausau; review letter drafted by attorney pertaining to Recycling and Solid Waste Contract; approval of treasurer attending spring conference; approval of clerk and/or board members attending conference in Madison; approval of Town Board members attending Capital Day in Madison; discuss donating old copier to airport; March disbursement vouchers; committee reports; Town Board member reports; closed session to discuss conduct of Town Board member.

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