Thursday, May 7
CITY OF HUDSON PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION, special meeting, 6 p.m., third-floor conference room, City Hall, 505 Third St.; closed session to interview applicants for Water Utility director position; open session for action; consider offering position to an applicant.
CITY OF HUDSON PLAN COMMISSION, 7 p.m., City Hall, 505 Third St.; minutes; final development plans for 20,600-square-foot Goodwill store at 1621 Coulee Road, Grootwassink Real Estate LLC and Fendler-Patterson Construction; preliminary plat for Heritages Cottages subdivision, 11 one- or two-family (flex) residential lots in the Heritage Greens planned residential development, west of the extension of Heritage Blvd. (currently under construction) and south of Patron Blvd. and Inspiration Blvd., Gerrard Corp.
CITY OF HUDSON PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE, 8 a.m., City Hall, 505 Third St.; fireworks vendors; discuss setback safety concerns at 1) T&T Collision, 2) St. Croix Street at 11th Street; consider request by Agave Kitchen to provide valet parking; Capitol City mutual aid agreement; EMS, fire, police updates; status of Public Safety facility.
TOWN OF TROY PLAN COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Troy Town Hall, 654 Glover Road; acknowledgement of applications for action as regulated by SDO; county special exception for limited commercial recreational activity and for number of animal units allowed per acre – Donald and Teresa LeFever, 389 County F (O’Leary property); riverway review/public hearing for a conditionally approved activity (erosion control) – YMCA, 532 County F; review and recommend letter of understanding for vegetation removal in Lower St. Croix Riverway District for St. Croix Electric; riverway concept review/public hearing for construction in a conforming area and a variance/conditional use permit to reconstruct a residential cabin, fill and grading in a slope preservation zone and/or floodway/flood fringe area, retaining walls, stairs, patio, deck and lot split – Donna Murr, 202 Cove Court; discuss sub-division landscaping standards; permits; reports.
ST. JOSEPH TOWN BOARD, St. Joseph Town Board, 6:30 p.m., St. Joe Town Hall; adjust July meeting date; reports, zoning administrator, inspector, Plan Commission, WWIC, joint library, Wisconsin Towns Association, Public Works Committee, Finance Committee; public comment; Tuma snowplowing contract; official town road map update; Church Street drainage; summer maintenance projects including sealcoating; Stillwater bridge crossing traffic restrictions; private kennel renewal application and request for waiving of dog license late fees for Brad and Kate Loman; operator licenses for Brittany J. Miller and Brandon J. Briggs; extension of premises for GB Curlys for May 16 and 30; small assembly gathering permit or Burkhardt Snowdrifters for Aug. 2; dirt bike track complaints, concerns: Penman’s at 60th and Perch Lake Road, Cedar Drive E., Valley View, Homestead Trail and others; county cooperative agreement as it relates to Chapter 168; 2009-12 Plan Commission and second alternate representative ratifications; approval of subdivision application forms and checklists; board members committee representation and other charges; approval of town tractor drivers Todd Tuma and Rick Colbeth; Resolution 2009-02 adopting a framework of sustainability initiatives; action on proposal to require prevailing wages on all projects costing more than $2,000; 2008 audit approval; Internet services – request for proposal, focus and plan; townwide trash services – request for proposal, focus and plan; minutes; bills; 2 Lot CSM at Houlton drive-in theater site for Trinity Lutheran Church, 115 N. Fourth St., Stillwater, current owner Bridgeport LLC, Brian Shelton; county special exception application for filling and grading within 40 feet of bluff line, plus variance for non-conforming structure, plus county addendum for additional special exception - lift to river, all at 1424 Main St., Houlton, Brian Colombo.
Monday, May 11
HUDSON AREA ADVISORY JOINT FIRE BOARD, 5:30 p.m., City Hall, 505 Third St.; minutes; reports; facility planning update; 2009 budget; capital city mutual aid.
NORTH HUDSON PARK BOARD, 6:30 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh St. N.; comments from the floor; Public Works supervisor’s report; Ridges Park playground equipment; skatepark - free demo event, potential locations, grant for equipment, discussion only; two-seat swing set at Jensen Park; Brown’s Beach - citizen concerns; hiring of lifeguards for the summer; dog waste bag dispensers; warming house repairs; five-year park and recreation plan; veterans’ memorial; other discussion.
NORTH HUDSON POLICE COMMISSION, 6 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh St. N.; organizational meeting - designation of commission president, vice president and secretary.
Tuesday, May 12
CITY OF HUDSON PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION, 6 p.m., City Hall, 505 Third St.; minutes; reports; project updates; transfer of two Water Utility vehicles to Public Works.
HUDSON AREA JOINT LIBRARY BOARD, 6:30 p.m., second-floor community room, Hudson Municipal Building, 911 Fourth St.; public comment; next meeting June 8 at 6:30 p.m.; minutes; reports; carpeting; update on BKV Architects and IFLS meetings; 2008 financial summary; consider library sign proposal; rental/agreement update; consider recommendations on purchase approval guidelines; update bylaws; board comment.
Wednesday, May 13
HUDSON HOUSING AUTHORITY, 4:30 p.m., Croix View management office, 1015 Second St.; regular business.
Thursday, May 14
TOWN OF TROY BOARD OF REVIEW, 7 p.m., Troy Town Hall, 654 Glover Road; adjourn to a future date.
TROY TOWN BOARD, after Board of Review adjournment, Troy Town Hall, 654 Glover Road; minutes; citizen input; reports; award bid for 2009 road projects; county special exception for limited commercial recreational activity and for number of animal units allowed per acre for Donald and Teresa LeFever, 389 County F (O’Leary property); riverway review for a conditionally approved activity (erosion control) for YMCA, 532 County F; funds for Walnut Hills engineering work; items from annual road tour; permits; amendment to impact fee ordinance revision; Board of Review alternate members; resolution on a framework of sustainable community principles; clerk/treasurer performance review, report; bills.
NORTH HUDSON PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE, 5:30 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh St. N.; comments from floor; minutes; claims; chief’s report; review of village emergency operation plan; amendment of Ordinance 90-10 – school bus warning lights.
Friday, May 8
TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE, 8:30 a.m., Highway Department office, 920 Third St., Hammond.
Tuesday, May 12
PLANNING AND ZONING COMMITTEE, 8:30 a.m., Room 1281, Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road; regular business.
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE, 9 a.m., Roberts Village Hall, 107 E. Maple St., Roberts.