Local & County Government Meetings (March 9 - 17, 2011)
Wednesday, March 9
HUDSON HOUSING AUTHORITY, 4:30 p.m., Croix View Management Office, 1015 Second St.; Regular business.
Thursday, March 10
VILLAGE OF NORTH HUDSON. The Public Safety Committee meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 10 at 5:30 p.m. has been cancelled. The next regular meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 14, at 5:30 p.m.
TROY TOWN BOARD, 6:30 p.m., Town Hall, 654 Glover Road; Public hearing concerning proposed amendments to the Town Subdivision Ordinance (Chapter 135). The purpose of the amendments is to bring the Town’s Ordinance into compliance with 2009 Wisconsin Act 376. The proposed amendments will be posted on the Town’s Website and available at the Town Hall on March 1; REGULAR TOWN BOARD MEETING will be held immediately following the Subdivision Public hearing; Minutes; citizen input; Park Board and Plan Commission reports; Constable & Sheriff reports; exception to design standards – Thomas Jensen, 780 Chapman Drive; revisions to Subdivision of Land Ordinance – Chapter 135; utility permits; road sign reflectivity; road tour date; building/driveway permits; plan to complete recycling center improvements; negotiating possible Cooperative Boundary Agreement; clerk/treasurer and deputy clerk/treasurer performance review; clerk/treasurer report (to include budget & impact fee review); approve bills; correspondence; committee reports.
Monday, March 14
NORTH HUDSON PARK BOARD, 6:30 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh Street N.; Minutes; citizen comment; superintendent’s report; Chief Jansen Memorial Park, flagpole, flags and lighting, landscaping and plantings using grant money, dedication boulder/plaque; Skatepark, possible purchase of small equipment; Glen Oaks Park, lighting the park at night; Webster Park, follow-up on North Hudson Elementary School’s progress and plans.
Tuesday, March 15
NORTH HUDSON PUBLIC WORKS, 6 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh Street N.; Minutes; St. Croix Station project Phase II update; 2011-2012 street sweeping contract; storm sewer catch basin repair at 8th Street N. and Sommers Street N; part-time seasonal employee position; engineer’s report; supervisor’s report.
HUDSON AREA JOINT LIBRARY BOARD, 6:30 p.m., 700 First St.; Next meeting April 11; minutes; citizen comment; presentations by invitees; Friends of the Library; Hudson Area Library Foundation report; president’s comments; changes to standing committees; Library bylaws and proposed Steering Committee Charter; presentation to the Hudson Rotary Club; status of Jan. 19, Board of Trustees regular session and the closed session; trustees’ efforts to encourage residents of the Town of Hudson, Town of St. Joseph and Village of North Hudson to utilize the Hudson Area Library; director’s report; 2010 Public Library Annual Report; Finance Committee report, action regarding non-recurring invoices or invoices not within the 2011 board-approved budget, action regarding the insurance coverage on fine art not owned by the library, update on Keller contract issues and consider possible actions; Planning (Facilities) Committee report, shortage of parking space and availability of adjacent properties, signage invoices; Steering Committee report; Policy and Personnel Committee report; Communications Committee report.
Wednesday, March 16
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION, 6 p.m., City Hall Council Chamber, 505 third St.; Minutes; Carmichael Tower re-hab project – approve project bid; facility lawn maintenance; seasonal help; project updates/project status report; other business; claims.
NORTH HUDSON PLAN COMMISSION MEETING; The Regular Plan Commission Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, March 16, has been cancelled.
Thursday, March 17
NORTH HUDSON PUBLIC WELFARE COMMITTEE, 6 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh Street N.; Minutes; spring leaf collection dates; bulk item drop-off dates; DNR grant - plan for modification of plantings in the parks; future Public Welfare goals and agenda items.
Wednesday, March 16
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES BOARD, 8:30 a.m., Board Room, St. Croix County DHHS Building, 1445 N. Fourth Street, New Richmond; Minutes; next meeting April 20; claims/ vouchers/ appoint member to review vouchers at next meeting; financial report for Nursing Home and Health and Human Services; aged receivable report; Nursing Home Administrator’s report; new employees/vacancies; positions delayed for consideration at county board; state budget updates; business plan for St. Croix Health Center; multi-systemic therapy program report; court services for parental conflict mediation; budget priority planning; Wisconsin Counties Association Regional Legislative meeting; Human Services Day at the Capitol.
Thursday, March 17
COUNCIL ON AGING AND DISABILITIES, 9 a.m., County Board Room, Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road; Minutes; next meeting April 21; monthly financial report; claims/ vouchers by Lee and appoint member to review vouchers at next meeting; ADRC state budget – update; senior care – update; aging updates; 2011 Aging Unit Assessments – letter of acceptance; vacant position request; Interfaith Volunteer Needs handout; DayAway Adult Day Respite program update; transportation requests; DOT state grant funding update; weekend transportation; Senior Center/Nutrition Program; Senior Center activities; Pie Fundraiser; annual countywide card tournament; preventative/nutrition program coordinator position clarification; ADRC annual evaluation/site visit; information & assistance specialist – update; adult protection and benefit specialist contract position; staff relocations; upcoming events, third annual Health & Wellness Expo, Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE, 6 p.m., Community Room, Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road; Minutes; next meeting – April 7; financial reports; department reports; plats and CSMs in review process; UWEX Office and role at the county fair, CDC member to West Central Land and Water Conservation Association, CDC member to RC&D (Resource Conservation and Development); CDC member to Squaw Lake Rehabilitation District; land use ordinance applications; municipal plats; rezoning and waiver hearings.