LOCAL GOVERNMENT MEETINGS
Thursday, Aug. 6
CITY OF HUDSON PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE, 3:30 p.m., City Hall, 505 Third St.; parking - consider requests 1) for no-trailer parking on Orange Street between First and Second streets, 2) by Saint Croix EMS to hold joint Oktoberfest and Dag Selander Bicycle Rally Fundraiser in Lakefront Park Oct. 2-3, 3) to conduct St. Patrick's Fall Fest 5K & 10K Run Sept. 19; consider recommendation to revise sex offender ordinance language regarding minor offenders; EMS/fire department/police department updates; informational items; status of Public Safety facility; traffic survey summary - St. Croix Street between 11th and Ninth streets; traffic survey summary for Ninth Street; review possible nuisance property at 1505 Ward Ave. and 637 13th St. S.
CITY OF HUDSON PLAN COMMISSION, 6:30 p.m., City Hall, 505 Third St.; minutes; final plat for Heritage Market, 2 multiple family lots and 6 outlots, southern part of the Heritage Greens planned residential development, northwest quadrant of Hwy. 35 and Hanley Road - TV&H Properties LLC; concept development plans for 15 units, Hudson Supportive Housing, north of Heritage Boulevard and east of Tribute Avenue, Heritage Greens planned residential development - Accessible Space Inc.; concept development plans, 32 units, Hudson Elderly Housing, east of proposed Heirloom extension and south of proposed Ivy Green extension, Heritage Greens planned residential development - Accessible Space Inc.; comprehensive plan update: 1) implementation chapter review - review surveys, discuss action steps, format, 2) remaining schedule - Aug. 27 implementation and draft document review - final open house? September public hearing for comprehensive plan/park plan.
ST. JOSEPH TOWN BOARD, 5:25 p.m., St. Joe Town Hall, corner of County E and V; closed session to consider employment, promotion, compensation and performance evaluations relative to deputy zoning administrator; 6:45 p.m. open session - reports: inspector, Plan Commission, library, Intergovernmental Advisory Council; public comment; hire zoning administrator and deputy; allocate their duties (duties previously allocated to DZA now to inspector) and wages; fees/compensation: building Inspector-permits not requiring inspection; changes to Code Chapter 162 Solid-Fuel-Fired Heating Devices; Church Street drainage project; road length measurement revisions; spring/summer maintenance including mowing and brushing; 7:30 p.m. public hearing to consider amendment to Ordinance 2009-02 by amending Chapter 168, Subdivision of Land - clarifying definition of traditional and innovative techniques - (a copy of the ordinance is on file and available for viewing by request via email@example.com or at the Town Hall by appointment, (715) 549-6235); action on hearing; Internet services update; trash services; operator licenses for Mandy Severson, Kathlene Evenson; minutes; waiver from setback and driveway slope requirements, 434 Rolling Hills Lane; Sharon Johnson, Stillwater, Minn., owner; Kreegan Reierson, Brooklyn Park, Minn., agent; waiver from driveway slope requirements, Chapter 149.11(A)(4), Plate RD-08, 434 Rolling Hills Lane; Sharon Johnson, Stillwater, MN, owner; Kreegan Reierson, Brooklyn Park, MN, agent.
Monday, Aug. 10
HUDSON AREA JOINT LIBRARY BOARD, 6:30 p.m., Community Room, Municipal Building, 911 Fourth St.; public comment; next meeting Sept. 14, 6:30 p.m.; minutes; director's report; Strategic Planning Committee - review IFLS assessment report, expansion plan update; Finance Committee report - 2010 budget request; Policy Committee - movie public performance and Web site collection development policies; board comment.
NORTH HUDSON PARK BOARD, 6:30 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh St. N.; minutes; comments from floor; park in Ridges development - Ron Derrick update regarding playground equipment; supervisor's report; skatepark - free demo event, potential locations, grant for equipment; warming house repairs; five-year park and rec plan, Web site and possible locations for a dog park; Webster Park tree thinning; park stewardship assignments; veterans' memorial service seals; concerns from Park Board members; Ferry Landing Park rules for personal watercraft, fishing and cleaning up of glass; railroad property - use of stimulus package for Sept. 15, 2009, deadline; 2010 budget.
Tuesday, Aug. 11
CITY OF HUDSON PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION, 6 p.m., City Hall, 505 Third St.; minutes; 2008 water main extension project - Blakeman Dr. to Third St. hill (Prospect Park - PSV)/Laurel Ave. to Coulee Rd. (Webster Park - Access) update/A-1 Excavating pay request; well/treatment plants #3 (560 Gray St.) and #6 (1625 Livingstone Rd.) masonry repair project update/Commercial Systems LLC pay request; 11th St. water infrastructure upgrade project update; reports; claims.
Wednesday, Aug. 12
HUDSON HOUSING AUTHORITY, 4:30 p.m., Croix View management office, 1015 Second St.; regular business.
Thursday, Aug. 13
TROY TOWN BOARD, 7 p.m., Troy Town Hall, 654 Glover Road; citizen input; reports; Park Board appointments; permits; Class B retailer's and operator's licenses for Kinnickinnic Health Foundation; contract reviews (assessor, building inspector, auditor, engineer, attorney, humane association, humane officer, etc.); insurance contract review; plan to staff recycling center; clerk/treasurer report (to include budget and impact fee review); bills; correspondence; committee reports.
NORTH HUDSON PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE, 5:30 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh St. N.; comments from the floor; minutes; claims; chief's report; Hudson EMS update on CSO program; 2010 budget process; review of village emergency operation plan.
COUNTY GOVERNMENT MEETINGS
Thursday, Aug. 6
FINANCE COMMITTEE, 8:30 a.m., Room 1281, Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road; vouchers; department reports and 2010 budgets; new employees and position vacancies; status of clerk of court temporary position; Ag Center roof; Government Center building update; lead paint removal and stabilization and asbestos removal from former laundry building in New Richmond; corporation counsel work-flow summary; pending legal concerns; 2008 audit report; review of Moody's county bond rating report; review of UW-Extension sales tax estimates for 2010; request from Big Ring Flyers cyclocross group to use county property; emergency communication's radio base project additional funding; 2009 nursing home purchasing request for non-budgeted items; goals.
Friday, Aug. 7
TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE, 8:30 a.m., Highway Department office, 920 Third St., Hammond; regular business; improvement program goals; single axle truck proposals; quad axle truck proposals; county surveyor annual report review; annual report; 2010 budget; long-range rail and other strategic transportation matters; 2009-10 goals.
Monday, Aug. 10
ENERGY COMMITTEE, 8:30-11 a.m., Room 1281, Government Center; finalize and implement strategic plan; tour of Government Center HVAC and lighting systems.
Tuesday, Aug. 11
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE, 9 a.m., Community Room, Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road.
PLANNING AND ZONING COMMITTEE, 8:30 a.m., Room 1281, Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road; land use ordinance applications; municipal plats; waivers and rezones to be scheduled; discussion of plats and CSMs currently in the review process, Planning and Zoning business; bills and revenue reports; 2010 budget for Economic Development Corp, register of deeds, Planning & Zoning.