LOCAL GOVERNMENT MEETINGS
Thursday, July 2
ST. JOSEPH TOWN BOARD, 6:30 p.m., St. Joe Town Hall; reports; public comment; recognition of Dwight Farnham and his contribution to the town; delegation and hiring process of zoning administrator and deputy zoning administrator duties; review code Chapter 162 Solid-Fuel-Fired Heating Devices vs. Department of Commerce new regulations; inspection of outdoor wood burning heating devices by building inspector; schedule public hearing re Chapter 168 modifications; Public Works projects including summer maintenance, Church Street drainage project bids, River Road sealcoating bids, changing classification of River Road, revision of road length measurements, response and discussion of Ehlers presentation from June meeting; review of appointment process for Plan Commission members; Internet services survey update; town trash services; operator licenses for Eric Burke, Jake Holm, Sarah Clark, Marlene Klein, Rob Okonek; homeowner's association policy; deputy clerk/treasurer: resignation of Becky Milbrandt, salary approval for Jacklyn Hildebrand; county special exception to build a new church facility, an institutional use located in an Ag/Res district, Redeemer Lutheran Church, southeast corner of County A and Scott Road, Burkhardt; county addendum for land use permit for grading and filling, Redeemer Lutheran Church.
TOWN OF TROY PLAN COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Troy Town Hall, 654 Glover Road; subdivision screening guidelines; state attorney general's opinion on riverway zoning ordinance questions; permits; reports.
Monday, July 6
HUDSON CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., City Hall, 505 Third St.; citizen comment; announcement re 2011 Peewee International Friendship Hockey Tournament; minutes; claims; operator license applications; review drafts of job descriptions for building inspector/assistant zoning and building inspector positions; request for change of agent for alcoholic beverage license of La Fiesta Mexicana restaurant, Plaza 94; job descriptions for St. Croix EMS rescue administrator and health and safety officer positions; projects; consider amending Municipal Code re beer license quota ordinance and fireworks ordinance; special assessments for 11th Street improvement project; closed session to confer with legal counsel re strategy to be adopted with respect to notice of claim from Lifeline Systems Inc., doing business as LifeQuest; open session for possible action on notice of claim from Lifeline Systems; reports; minutes.
Thursday, July 9
NORTH HUDSON PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE, 5:30 p.m., North Hudson Village Hall, 400 Seventh St. N.; comments from the floor; minutes; claims; chief's report; limitations on the number of firework permits issued; liquor license restrictions (convenience stores); restricted zones and residence restrictions for sex offenders; employee recognition for years of service; citizen recognition; budget process - FY2010; review of village emergency operation plan.
TROY TOWN BOARD, 6:30 p.m., Troy Town Hall, 654 Glover Road; regular board meeting will follow public hearing to hear and receive comments re proposed amendment to town's impact fee ordinance, Chapter 70, of the town's Municipal Code; regular meeting - minutes; citizen input; reports; Park Board appointments; adopt amendment to impact fee ordinance revision; award seal coating bid; Tower Road reconstruction; options for the realignment of Cove Road; engineering fees for comprehensive plan; permits; Board of Review - alternate members; Rural Fire Association informational update; discuss and consider fire call - Thomas Nolan, 833 Coulee Trail; address Vnak 2008 assessment; approve operator licenses; clerk/treasurer report (to include budget and impact fee review); bills.
COUNTY GOVERNMENT MEETINGS
Tuesday, July 7
AGRICULTURE & EXTENSION COMMITTEE, 9 a.m., Ag Center, 1960 Eighth Ave., Baldwin.
LAND & WATER CONSERVATION COMMITTEE, 10:40 a.m., Ag Center, 1960 Eighth Ave., Baldwin.
Wednesday, July 8
PUBLIC PROTECTION COMMITTEE, 8:30 a.m., Room 1281, Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road.