Local and County Government Meetings Feb. 28-Mar. 6
ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG ABUSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE, formerly known as the Meth Advisory Committee, 3 p.m., Room 1281, Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT MEETINGS
Monday, March 3HUDSON CITY COUNCIL, 7 p.m., City Hall, 505 Third St.; citizen comment; reports; claims; applications for operator licenses; DOT presentation by Thomas Beekman re feasibility of reopening the former Exit 2 ramp on I-94 (currently Crest View Drive/Dominion Drive).
Tuesday, March 4HUDSON TOWN BOARD, 6:30 p.m., Hudson Town Hall, 980 County A; reports; public comment; roads; monthly road report; application for funds for McCutcheon Road; approve additional poll workers Manfred and Nancy Dietze and DuWayne Davisson; Doug Zahler 1 lot, 1 outlot CSM for Horne at 429 Stageline Road; Debbie Orf site plan for condo mini-storage at 751 Transport Trail; Ed Flanum preliminary plat of Hopkins Prairie first addition; Steve West special exception request for filling and grading lots 35 & 36 Indigo Ponds; John McPhillips site plan for office/warehouse at 726E Hwy. 12 and site plan/permitted use for 647 Brakke Drive; James Anderson request for second driveway, 914 Fraser Lane; discussion of planned unit development; discuss comprehensive plan amendments and zoning code amendments; set up boardroom for April 1 election; approve operator's licenses for Johanna Williams, Sarah Baar, Kathryn Hoyt, Brian Murphy, Brian Wynveen, Mary Fassino and Tanya Penister; Kathy Hamman request for a home-based dog grooming business at 778 Hill Farm Road; approve chairman's recommendation of Pat McDevitt to Plan Commission; amend fee schedule for building inspector as requested by assessor; approval of 2007 financial statement.NORTH HUDSON FINANCE & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE, 6 p.m., Village Hall, 400 Seventh St. N.; claims, 2007 Budget and year-end projections.NORTH HUDSON VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES, 7 p.m., Village Hall; minutes; comments from floor; Lake Mallalieu dam agreement approval request; ordinance rescinding schedule of fees, deposits and penalties from village code book; Plan Commission - chair update, extra-territorial CSM application of J. Langfeldt; Finance Committee - claims approval; Public Works Committee - chair update; Public Safety Committee - chair update, county siren monitoring proposal; Village Hall addition/remodel plan; Public Welfare Committee chair update; Park Board Committee - chair update, outdoor recreation plan for 2008-2013 approval request, veterans memorial - presentation by J. Helgeson re solicitation of donations and accounting of funds; president's comments re DOT application submitted, administrator's comments; closed session to consider employment and performance evaluations; open session.
Thursday, March 6TROY TOWN PLAN COMMISSION, 7 p.m., Troy Town Hall, 654 Glover Road; minutes; acknowledgement of applications for action; public hearing/riverway review for 1) Greg Pahl, lots 6, 7, 8, St. Croix Beach, and 2) Ethan Seltzer, lots 9, 10, St. Croix Beach; review procedure for setback determination; permits; reports.
COUNTY GOVERNMENT MEETINGS
Thursday, Feb. 28BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, 8:30 a.m., Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road; Murr court case update; Bonnes - New Richmond Tree Service request for reconsideration; letter from the Somerset town chair; legal update; 8:30 a.m. public hearing to consider the following requests under the county zoning ordinance: 1) Town of Glenwood, 3099 160th Ave., special exception permit for new town hall and shop in the ag residential
District, 2) Michael Feist, Micabren Acres LLC, 1221 130th Ave, town of Richmond, reconsideration of the revocation of the following two special exception permits to operate a horse boarding, training and breeding facility and request to exceed one animal unit per acre; all interested people are invited to attend said hearing and be heard. AD HOC ADRC PLANNING COMMITTEE, 1 p.m., Department on Aging, Government Center, 1101 Carmichael Road.
Tuesday, March 4AGRICULTURE & EXTENSION COMMITTEE, 9 a.m., Ag Center, 1960 Eighth Ave., Baldwin.LAND & WATER CONSERVATION COMMITTEE, 10:40 a.m., Ag. Center, 1960 Eighth Ave., Baldwin.