Village of Newburg

Meeting of the Committee of the Whole

and Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees

August 27, 2020 at 7:00pm

Village Hall, 620 W. Main St. Newburg, Wisconsin

AGENDA

OPENING OF MEETING / CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

President Dave DeLuka, Trustee Mike Enright, Trustee Bill Sackett, Trustee Amy Marquardt, Trustee Lynn Burkard, Trustee Brooke Stangel, Trustee Sandy Stockhausen

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

CORRECTION AND APPROVAL OF PAST MINUTES

BOT Meeting – August 13, 2020.

CORRESPONDENCE

Correspondence with MAC Paving regarding Mr. Paul White.
(By 8/13/20 BOT Board request to return the topic again on the next agenda.)

PUBLIC FORUM

Members of the public are invited to address the Village Board regarding any topic of public concern. Those who wish to speak are asked to complete a written card to register with the clerk. The chairperson will then call on individuals to address the council from the front table in an orderly fashion for up to three minutes each.

PUBLIC HEARING

A public hearing on previously noticed intent to levy a special assessment for the purpose of repairing and securing sanitary sewer lateral service connection grouting for 3566 Municipal Drive, 3558 Municipal Drive, and 3550 Hawthorne Drive in the Village of Newburg.

NEW BUSINESS

File 2020-19: A Special Assessment for the Purpose of Repairing and Securing Sanitary Sewer Lateral Service Connection Grouting for Three Properties in the Village of Newburg.

File 2020-20: A Resolution Acknowledging Historical Maps of Certain Land Parcels in Newburg and Confirming Village Government Denies Holding Claim to Certain Areas of Land Previously Covered by the Milwaukee River.

File 2020-21: An Ordinance Realigning the Bartender License Approval Process to Allow the Village Clerk to Issue Licenses Upon Police Chief Recommendation.

COMMITTEE REPORTS AND ACTIONS

Building Inspection / Zoning / Emergency Management.

(Mr. Walt Grotelueschen, Building Inspector/Zoning Admin./EM Director)

General updates on issues related to building inspections, permitting, zoning, and emergency management.

Law Enforcement.

(Trustee Marquardt, Chair; with Police Chief Mike Foeger)

Oversee operation of the Police Department, except for disciplinary matters, review state legislation; review all license applications; recommend ordinance amendments; as prescribed in ordinance §31.04(3).

General updates from the Police Chief.

Recommendation of approval for operators’ licenses (bartender) for:

Anthony W. Hawks, Samantha I. Boylen

Public Works.

(Trustee Stangel, DPW Chair / Trustee Enright, Parks Commission Chair / DPW Superintendent Nate Wendelborn)

Responsible for overseeing all public works projects, street maintenance, storm sewers, and maintenance of village parks; works with consultants regarding proposed capital improvements to this system; as prescribed in ordinance §31.04(2).

General updates on all DPW operations including information from Stantec regarding current project timelines.

Sanitary Sewer.

(Trustee Sackett, Chair; with Sanitary Super. Courtney Steger’s designee Nate Wendelborn)

Operation and maintenance of the sewer collection and treatment system; works will village consultants in regard to proposed capital improvements to the system; makes periodic reviews of user regulations and service charges; reviews proposed extensions to the system; as prescribed in ordinance §31.04(4).

General update on Sanitary Sewer operations.

Community Center Commission.

(Trustee Burkard, Chair; with Trustee Stockhausen, Member.)

The Community Center Commission consists of five members, of which two are trustees and three are citizens. It meets on the third Tuesday in the first month of each quarter. Relevant ordinances include: §32.04(G) – Shall develop recommendations for maintenance and future use planning of the community center, be responsible for planning events not otherwise taken up by village staff, and for coordinating volunteer activities necessary for the survival of the community center in the public interest.

General update on CCC activities.

File 2020-22: A Resolution Authorizing and Directing the Improvement of the Community Center with Installation of a Kitchen Sink.

Personnel and Finance.

(President DeLuka, Chair; with Administrator/Treasurer Deanna Alexander)

Personnel matters involving full-time employees and part-time management staff, such as hiring, discipline, and firing as well as wages for all employees; shall assist in the development of the annual budget; as prescribed in ordinance §31.04(1).

Presentation of financial reports, bills, and claims through June 2020.

(Laid over at the 7/23/20 COW Meeting)

Presentation of financial reports, bills, and claims through July 2020.

File 2020-17: Transfer of Funds 2020 Budget. This item requires a 2/3 vote.

(Laid over at the 7/23/20 COW Meeting)

OTHER BUSINESS

Consultation with legal counsel on questions posed by board members, including village authority and methodology for requiring property owners to repair property improvements, structures, and sump pumps.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

ADJOURNMENT

ADDITIONAL NOTICES: Please know that the governmental body meeting under this notice may take action on items listed in the agenda, including items presented for discussion or in report form for informational purposes. Please note that it is possible members of other governmental bodies may be in attendance during the meeting referenced in this notice. Although their combined presence may constitute a quorum, no official meeting nor action by any governmental body will be taken other than during its scheduled meeting time as set forth in this meeting notice. The Village of Newburg intends to provide equal opportunity for everyone to participate in public meetings. Upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities or special needs through the appropriate aids and services. To request this service, contact the Village Clerk at (262) 675-2160.