Friday, April 6
HUDSON LIBRARY STEERING COMMITTEE, 7 a.m., Hudson Area Library, 700 First St.: Citizen comment; minutes; discuss follow-up steps re various meetings of political leaders and partner municipalities re the future of library funding; consider communication plan; review status of fundraising effort; review Steering Committee charter and consider revisions; agenda items for future meetings; date of next meeting.
Monday, April 9
NORTH HUDSON PARK BOARD, 6:30 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh Street N.: Minutes; citizen comment, Superintendent’s report; horseshoe pit, bocce ball and bean bag boxes in a Village park – discussion/ possible recommendation; Outdoor Park and Recreation Plan, goals and priorities for 2012 – discussion/possible action; North Hudson Centennial Celebration, temporary bean bag boxes, Bocce Ball and other activities for celebration on June 10, discussion/ possible recommendations; Skating Rink, leveling the area of the skating rink in Pepper Fest Park – discussion/ possible recommendation.
HUDSON CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., City Hall Council Chambers, 505 Third St.: HEARING: 6:45 p.m. re: request by Croixland Properties, Limited Partnership to rezone approximately 124 acres at 2200 Carmichael Road from B-2, General Business District to PUB – Public or Quasi-public District and to amend the city of Hudson comprehensive plan to change the 2030 Master Plan Map land use designation from General Business to Institutional for that area of the parcel currently designated as General Business. The property is commonly known as the former St. Croix Meadows greyhound racing facility: Citizen comment; minutes; Plan Commission review of Conditional Use Permit for Linder’s greenhouse temporary garden center at Plaza 94 parking lot, March 15 to July 20, consideration of a Conditional Use Permit for construction of a detached garage in the RT-residential Transitional District to a height of 22 feet, 221 Vine Street – Hans Friese, final development plans for 646,000 sq. ft. office/ warehouse facility at 3325 Heiser St., SE quadrant of Hanley Road and Rock St. – Uline Shipping; Finance Committee minutes, claims, operator’s licenses, application of the Visual Arts Council VAC for Temporary “Class B” license to sell wine at the Fashion Fusion event at the Phipps Center for the Arts, 109 Locust St., request of extension for alcoholic beverage license for Azul Tequila at 2421 Hanley Road, update on alcoholic beverage license for Russ Evenson to be used at 225 Locust St., application of TJ Food Service LLC for Class B beer license dba Perkins Restaurant & Bakery at 1040 Pearson Drive, approval of 2012 Fee Schedule for city licenses, permits, services, etc; request of Aleta Ingli for an Easement Agreement for a fence at 34 Robin Lane; quarterly reports of the Building Inspector, and Community Access Board minutes of 3/27/12.
HUDSON LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES, 7 p.m., Hudson Area Library, 700 First St.: Next meeting May 14; minutes; citizen comment; presentations by supporting organizations - Friends of the Library, Hudson Area Library Foundation; Finance Committee report and requests for action, impact of Chapter 43.64(b)(2) on status of Joint Library funding and continuation, Annual Report 2010; correction regarding 43.64(b)(2) reference, Granite RE, Inc. claim status, recommendations regarding non-recurring invoices not within the 2012 Board approved budget to include invoices from Minuteman Press, $2,535.02; St Croix County, $106.60.; Steering Committee report - Special meeting with municipality partners to discuss the future of the Library; Director’s report and requests for action - Programming/Communications Specialist job hiring status, “Bridging the Gap” fundraising appeal status; Policy and Personnel Committee report; Communications Committee report; Board comments and items for future agendas; approval of reviewed Committee Charters
Tuesday, April 10
TOWN OF ST. JOSEPH ANNUAL MEETING, 7 p.m., Town Hall 1337 County V: Items that may be considered are listed under Subchapter III titled Town Meeting of Wisconsin Statues Chapter 60.10 and specifically Annual town Meeting 60.11 ; roads report, annual audit; presentation of Citizen of the Year.
TOWN OF HUDSON, 6:30 p.m., Town Hall, 980 County A: Minutes; Planning and Zoning Committee report; Building Inspector report, Library Committee report; Board of Adjustment committee report; Chairman’s report; 2011 Financial report; discussion of road work for 2012; Set date for 2013 Annual Meeting (April 16, 2013-3rd Tuesday).
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION, 6 p.m., City Hall Council Chambers, 505 Third St.: Minutes; 2011 Public Service Commission Report; leak detection review; cross-connection Inspection Program update; seasonal help; project updates/project status report; other business for information purposes only or for upcoming agenda; claims.
Wednesday, April 11
NORTH HUDSON PLAN COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh Street N.: Minutes; Public Hearing - Conditional Use Permit application for Fine Line Cabinets, owner John Van Nest, to store boats outside at 240 Monroe Street N., discussion/possible recommendation; Six month review of Home Occupation Permit for applicant Victory4You Fitness, owner Eric Tostrud, to continue operating a personal/small group training business at 1143 Sommers Street N., discussion/ possible action.
HUDSON HOUSING AUTHORITY, 4:30 p.m., Croix View Management office, 1015 Second St.: Regular business.
Thursday, April 12
NORTH HUDSON PUBLIC SAFETY, 5:30 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh Street N.: Citizen comment; minutes; claims; chief’s report; review capital expense analysis – Fleet Vehicles – discussion only; North Hudson Elementary Fun Run, Wednesday, May 23, authorization to temporarily close roads around the school – discussion and possible action; review of Ord. 6-21(b) – closing hours for “Class A” retailers – discussion/ possible action; rescind Ordinance 22 – Civil Emergencies – discussion/ possible action; amend Village Emergency Operation Plan to include Emergency Management Directives – discussion/ possible action; establish Emergency Management Director Job Description – discussion/ possible action; amend Parking Ordinance 90-9(c) – discussion/ possible action; Committee Goals – discussion only.
TROY TOWN BOARD, 7 p.m., Troy Town Hall, 654 Glover Road: Minutes; citizen comment; Park Board and Plan Commission reports; Park Ranger, Humane Officer & Sheriff reports; County special exception/variance for driveway access on Plainview Drive – Amy & Corey Benedict, 643 Tribute Pkwy; award bid – North Glover Road project; discuss & consider Radio Road Interchange – Local Road Assignments; utility permits building/driveway permits; discuss & consider resolution of support - St. Croix County Division of MABAS Wisconsin; Plan Commission appointments; Board of Review – alternate members; Weed notice; Clerk/Treasurer report; approve bills; correspondence; committee reports.
All meetings are held at the St. Croix County Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road, unless otherwise noted.
Tuesday, April 10
BOARD OF CANVASSERS NOTICE OF CANVASS AND AGENDA, 9 a.m.: Conduct county canvass from the returns of the spring election/presidential preference vote.