CITY, VILLAGE and TOWNSHIP MEETINGS
Thursday, Jan. 6
CITY OF HUDSON PLAN COMMISSION, 7 p.m., City Hall Council Chambers, 505 Third St.; Minutes; Amending Zoning in OFC-Office District to allow interim or other uses deemed compatible with the existing neighborhood; Certified survey map, two residential lots, town of Troy, extraterritorial subdivision area, east of Hwy. 35 and south of Coulee Trail - David Brummel, 633 Coulee Trail; Certified survey map, one outlot, north of Wisconsin Street and west of Knollwood Drive - Willow River Cemetery Association; rezoning at 900 4th Street and 410 Orange Street from R-1, One-Family Residential District and R-2, Two-Family Residential District to OFC-Office District and to amend city of Hudson comprehensive plan master plan land use designation from institutional and public to neighborhood commercial - Skits Outreach Services, Inc. (SOS); Concept development plans, Mississippi Flats, 28 units multiple family, east of O'Keefe Road and south of Mississippi Avenue - Mississippi Flats Ltd. Partnership; Final plat, Red Cedar Canyon Hanley South, one one-family residential lot and one outlot, north of Hanley Road at Hanley Road & E Canyon Drive - Hans Hagen Homes; Review Zoning Code, payment in lieu of off-street parking; Amending Final Plat to extend the period that final plats are required to be submitted to the plan commission from preliminary plat approval from 24 to 36 months.
Monday, Jan. 10
VILLAGE OF NORTH HUDSON PARK BOARD, 6:30 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh Street N.; Minutes; citizen comment; Supervisor's report; five year park and outdoor recreation plan, Railroad Property, Chief Jansen Memorial Park, Veteran's Memorial; Webster Park, North Hudson Elementary Environmental Education, Ferry Landing Park, Park and Recreation Plan; grant available for deer resistant plants as part of Deer Management program; Skatepark; donation from Pepper Fest Committee for purchase of picnic tables.
HUDSON CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., City Hall, 505 Third St.; Tentative agenda; citizen comment; minutes; Plan Commission report; Finance Committee, operator's licenses, Application of LaCroix Consignment LLC for renewal of Secondhand Jewelry and Secondhand Article Dealer's license, Room Tax Study Committee for allocation of 2011 Grant Program funds; Public Works Committee; Public Safety Committee; Park Board; city representative to the Gateway Corridor Commission Policy Advisory Committee, consider joining as a member of the Wisconsin Gateway Corridor Coalition; 2011 Fire Service Contracts with Town of Hudson, Village of North Hudson, and Town of Troy; closed session to consider approval of the 2011 contracts with the Police Patrol Officers and Police Sergeants unions; reports of Wastewater Director, St. Croix E.M.S. Chief, and Police Chief, and minutes of 12/29/10 Joint Fire Board meeting.
Tuesday, Jan. 11
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION, 6 p.m., City Hall Council Chambers, 505 Third St.; Minutes; Carmichael Tower Re-hab project; 2011 service charge rates; project updates and status; information for upcoming agenda; claims.
Wednesday, Jan. 12
HUDSON HOUSING AUTHORITY, 4:30 p.m., Croix View Management Office, 1015 Second St.; Regular business.
HUDSON AREA LIBRARY FINANCE COMMITTEE, 8:30-9:30 a.m., Hudson Area Library, 700 First St.; Review current financials; 2011 budget; items for future Finance Committee meetings; future meetings to be secnd Wednesday of each month beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Thursday, Jan. 13
ST. JOSEPH SPECIAL TOWN BOARD, 6 p.m., Town Hall, County E & V; Citizen comment; Closed session for considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility; changes to any of town's contracts / employees and/or their responsibilities / pay schedules.
TROY TOWN BOARD, 7 p.m., Troy Town Hall,654 Glover Road; Minutes; citizen input; Park Board and Plan Commission reports; Constable & Sheriff reports; possible courses of action for Olund Ave; county variance for recycling center; utility permits; building/driveway permits; Hudson fire contract; road crew performance/contract review; mobile home court licenses; clerk/treasurer report (to include budget & impact fee review); approve bills; correspondence; committee reports.
COUNTY GOVERNMENT MEETINGS
Monday, Jan. 10
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE, County Board Room, Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road; 7:45 a.m. - Legislative Reception with State Senator Sheila Harsdorf, Representatives to the Assembly - Dean Knudson, John Murtha and Erik Severson; 9 a.m.; Date of next meeting, minutes;
2011-2012 Legislative Agenda; nursing home projections and proformas.
Tuesday, Jan. 11
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, 4 p.m., Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road; Next meeting Jan. 20; review recycling ordinance; meeting location for March 8 work session.
Wednesday, Jan. 12
PUBLIC PROTECTION COMMITTEE, 7 a.m., Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road; Next meeting Feb. 9; minutes; reports; bills; medical examiner vehicle repair costs/options; telecommuting options; disbursement from Jail Assessment Fund; capital outlay; staffing operational agreement for County Jail - Sheriff Shilts; request to fill positions: Patrol Captain, Patrol Lieutenant, Patrol Sergeant and Patrol Position.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE, 8 a.m., following the Public Protection Committee; next meeting Feb. 9; minutes; reports; bills; August flood recovery update (CDBG status); Emergency Management ordinance review and update.