Thursday, March 14
ST. JOSEPH TOWN BOARD, 6 p.m., Town Hall, 1337 County V: Reports:
Building Inspector, EMS Chief, Bass Lake Rehab, Zoning Administrator, Joint Library, Internet/Broadband, Plan Commission, Parks, Fire Chief, WTA; citizen comment; approval of Provisional/Operators License: B & L-Robin See; approval of Fire Department/First Responder: Nicolas Radle; Kennel Licensure: Tim and Ruth Lewis; minutes; payment of bills, vouchers and POs; 2013 Seal Coat/Crack Seal/AMZ work: potential estimates or RFP; 2013 Road Patchwork and Maintenance: potential estimates or RFP; 2013 Construction Projects: potential estimates or RFP; 2013 potential RFPs or renewal of contracts for mowing and cleaning; discussion and possible action on snowplowing; ten year projection; Outdoor Recreation Plan-recommendation for approval via proposed resolution; Town Fee Schedule – Resolution in place: fees and citations must be within Ordinances themselves; Simon CSM; Betker CSM; Public Hearing date set for April 11 regarding discontinuation of town roads: 62nd Street and 148th Ave; CSM approval for Simon subdivision; CSM approval for Betker subdivision; adoption of Resolution 2013-04 Outdoor Recreation Plan; Internet/ Broadband decision as to who will be asked to complete the surveys; discussion and possible action for the collection of driveway permit fees and fire numbers; discussion and possible action for attempting to collect past fees not collected; reminder for nominations for Citizen of the Year; Thank you from the School District of Somerset for allowing presentation at Feb town board meeting regarding proposed referendum; discussion and possible action regarding the River Crossing “Trail” sub Committee; request from town building inspector to urge Representatives and Senators to vote NO on Assembly Bill AB35 to prevent the extension of the implementation date for Licensing of Wisconsin Electricians; Big Ring Fliers request for Saturday, May 5; request for sign: two “School Bus Stop Ahead” on County E across from the east entry of Old E West; request for discussion regarding risks and liabilities of mowing with the town tractor and employees vs. contracting; budget YTD Review.
HUDSON PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE, 6 p.m. City Hall, 505 Third St.: Minutes; parking; request to install two 15 minute parking spaces on Locust between Second and First; request to conduct Dash for Dads 5K foot Race on Saturday, June 15; request to conduct Willow River Fun Run Walk on Saturday, May 4; request to barricade Locust Street Between Second Street and Third Street on the Second Friday of Months May-September from 5:30 -9:00 p.m. for Car Show; request to conduct the YMCA Youth Triathlon on Saturday, June 8;request for The Great River Rumble Participants to Camp at Picnic Point on Thursday, Aug. 1; request to conduct the Riverfront 5K/10K Run on Saturday, Sept. 14; request to conduct Walk MS on Sunday May 5; request to Conduct Ragnar Relay Race on Friday and Saturday Aug. 16 and 17; consider Fire Hall Sprinkler System Bids; discuss delivery truck traffic to Hudson High School; consider fireworks sellers permits for Fleet Farm and Menards; EMS/Fire Department/Police Department updates.
Tuesday, March 19
NORTH HUDSON POLICE COMMISSION, 6 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh St. N.: Minutes; penalty expectations, discussion only; establish policies and procedures of the Commission for filing complaints/ charges, discussion/ possible action; review forms for Police Commission complaints/ charges – discussion/ possible action; set future meeting dates.
NORTH HUDSON PUBLIC WORKS: The Regular Public Works Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 19, at 6 p.m. has been cancelled. The next meeting of the Public Works Committee is scheduled for Tuesday, April 16, at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, March 20
NORTH HUDSON PLAN COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh Street N.: Minutes; public hearing – Application to create a two-lot
extraterritorial CSM containing one 23.64 acre parcel and one 4.66 acre lot at 1212 Trout Brook Road N. in the Town of St. Joseph, Owner Ernie Betker, Applicant Doug Zahler S & N Land Surveying, discussion/possible recommendation.
Thursday, March 21
NORTH HUDSON PUBLIC WELFARE COMMITTEE: The Regular Public Welfare Meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 21, at 6 p.m. has been cancelled. The next meeting of the Public Welfare Committee is scheduled for Thursday, April 18, at 6 p.m.
Thursday, March 14
FAIR BOARD, 7:30 p.m., Ag Center, Baldwin: Minutes; treasurer’s report; compensation proposal for officers, directors, event and detail supervisors; discuss and prioritize Fair improvements and maintenance needs; committee assignments; beverage tent(s) Coordinator; Donkey Race Coordinator; Needed for 2014: draft horse superintendent; Dairy Barn #2 update; manure Removal update; District 2 Spring meeting reminder; camping fees; request from goat committee; office area at Fairgrounds; Hudson Spring Showcase; Blue Ribbon Program for online entries (active for 2014 Fair).
Thursday, March 21
COUNCIL ON AGING AND DISABILITIES, 9 a.m., County Board Room, St. Croix County Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road: Minutes; date of next meeting Thursday, April 18; Financial Report; Adult Protection update; Council on Aging & Disabilities - member vacancies; Health & Human Services Building Facility Planning; Nutrition Program update; 2012 Aging Unit Plan – Assessment; annual Countywide Card Tournament; Transportation Program; Transportation Requests (out of county/weekend); Soups On Fundraiser for Interfaith Volunteer Program – update; ADRC updates; I&A Update sheet.