Winsted City Council Minutes

City of Winsted

City Council Meeting

Council Chambers

July 3, 2007

6:00 p.m.

 

City of Winsted

City Council Meeting

Council Chambers

July 3, 2007

6:00 p.m.

 

Present:                        Mayor Steve Stotko

                                    Council Member Tom Ollig

                                    Council Member Bonnie Quast

                                    Council Member Tom Wiemiller

                                    Council Member Dave Mochinski

 

Staff Present:                        Brent Mareck, City Administrator

                                    Deb Boelter, City Clerk-Treasurer

                                    Fran Eggert, City Attorney

 

1)            Mayor Stotko called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

 

            a)            The Pledge of Allegiance was taken.           

 

2)            Ollig motioned to adopt the Consent Agenda as presented.  Mochinski seconded.  Motion carried 5-0.

 

a)            Minutes – Closed Council Meeting (City Administrator’s Review) – June 19, 2007

 

Accepted the minutes of the City Council Special Closed Meeting of June 19, 2007.

 

b)      Minutes – Regular City Council Meeting – June 19, 2007

 

            Accepted the minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of June 19, 2007.

 

c)      Minutes – Special City Council Meeting – June 26, 2007

           

            Accepted the minutes of the Special City Council Meeting of June 26, 2007.

 

d)      Special City Council Meeting – July 10, 2007

 

Scheduled a special City Council meeting for July 10, 2007 at 3:30 p.m. to discuss issues relating to the historic city hall to be held at 181 - 1st St. N. (historic city hall).

 

e)      Resignation – Officer Jeremiah Jessen

 

Accepted the resignation of Officer Jeremiah Jessen effective July 8, 2007.

f)      3.2% Liquor License – Brat Busters – Winsted Area Chamber of Commerce

 

Approved an application for a one (1) to four (4) day temporary on-sale liquor license for the Winsted Area Chamber of Commerce Brat Busters on Friday, August 10, 2007 for the Winsted Summer Festival.

g)      3.2% Liquor License – Winsted American Legion

 

Approved an application for a one (1) to four (4) day temporary on-sale liquor license for the Winsted American Legion on Friday, August 10, 2007; Saturday, August 11, 2007; and Sunday, August 12, 2007 for the Winsted Summer Festival.

h)      Parade Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a Children’s Parade sponsored by the Winsted Summer Festival near Hainlin Park on McLeod Avenue on Saturday, August 11, 2007.

i)      Parade Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a Parade sponsored by the Winsted Summer Festival on designated streets in the City of Winsted on Sunday, August 12, 2007.

j)      Horse Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved the use of horses in the August 12, 2007 Parade sponsored by the Winsted Summer Festival.

k)      ATV Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a permit to operate ATVs on City streets and property on Friday, August 10, 2007; Saturday, August 11, 2007; and Sunday, August 12, 2007 in conjunction with the Winsted Summer Festival.

 

l)      Mini Train Rides Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a permit to operate mini train rides on City streets and property on Friday, August 10, 2007; Saturday, August 11, 2007; and Sunday, August 12, 2007 in conjunction with the Winsted Summer Festival.

 

m)      Outdoor Music Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a permit allowing outdoor music on City streets and property on Friday, August 10, 2007; Saturday, August 11, 2007; and Sunday, August 12, 2007 in conjunction with the Winsted Summer Festival.

 

n)      Bonfire Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

 

Approved a permit to conduct a bonfire at Mill Reserve Park on Friday, August 10, 2007 in conjunction with the Winsted Summer Festival.

 

o)      Outside Food Stands Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a permit to allow outside food stands to operate on City streets and property on Friday, August 10, 2007; Saturday, August 11, 2007; and Sunday, August 12, 2007 in conjunction with the Winsted Summer Festival.

p)            Resignation – Winsted Fire Department

Accepted the resignation of Brad Bush from the Winsted Fire Department.

q)            Appointment – Winsted Fire Department*

Appointed Steve Bahr to Ladder Captain upon the recommendation of the Winsted Fire Chief.

 

r)      Sludge Storage Tanks – Pay Request #7

 

Approved Pay Request #7 in the amount of $35,400 to Gridor Construction, Incorporated for work completed on the Sludge Storage Improvements project.

 

s)      Claims

Approved the Claims List for July 3, 2007 as presented.

           

3)            Public Hearings

 

            a)            Resolution R-07-11 – Capital Improvement Bond – Winsted City Hall

                       

Mareck presented Resolution R-07-11 a resolution giving preliminary approval for the issuance of general obligation capital improvement plan bonds for the proposed Winsted City Hall.

 

Quast motioned to adopt Resolution R-07-11 providing for the issuance and sale of $2,590,000 in General Obligation Capital Improvement Plan Bonds, Series 2007A, and levying a tax for the payment thereof.  Wiemiller seconded.  Motion carried 5-0.

                       

Ollig motioned to close the Public Hearing.  Quast seconded.

Motion carried 5-0.

 

4)            Old Business

 

            a)            CR 1 Safety Issues

 

Mareck presented the letter dated June 20, 2007 from Jon Henslin, Minnesota Department of Transportation (MN DOT), District Traffic Engineer.  Mareck stated that he, Police Chief Mike Henrich, and Council Member Bonnie Quast met with representatives from MN DOT on June 19, 2007 to discuss the speed reduction on McLeod County Road 1 (CR 1).  The MN DOT representatives presented their findings from a pedestrian survey that they conducted on June 18, 2007 and their 2006 traffic and engineering investigation on speed limits.  Mareck stated that in consideration of the survey and traffic investigation, MN DOT has determined that the posted speed limit of forty-five (45) miles per hour is appropriate for CR 1.  Mareck stated that MN DOT’s determination does not end the City’s quest to have a four (4)-way stop installed at the intersection of CR 1 and Main Avenue, because McLeod County would be able to approve the City’s request for a four (4)-way stop.

 

Quast stated that the City should proceed to obtain a four (4)-way stop at the intersection of CR 1 and Main Avenue to assist pedestrians in crossing CR 1 safely. 

 

Ollig stated that the City has no recourse to reduce the speed limit on CR 1; however, the City can request that McLeod County approve a four (4)-way stop at the intersection of CR 1 and Main Avenue.  Mareck stated that this was correct.  Mareck stated that he has asked to be on the McLeod County Commissioner’s July 17, 2007 meeting agenda to request approval for a four (4)-way stop at the intersection of CR 1 and Main Avenue.

 

Quast motioned that Mareck present a request from the City of Winsted for the installation of a four (4)-way stop at the intersection of McLeod County Road 1 and Main Avenue to the McLeod County Commissioners.  Wiemiller seconded.

Motion carried 5-0.

 

5)            New Business

 

a)      Letter of Intent – City Center and Lakefront Promenade

           

           

Mareck presented a request from Greystone Construction of Shakopee, Minnesota, asking that the City Council consider authorizing a letter of intent on the award of the bid for the City Center and Lakefront Promenade project.  The purpose of the letter of intent would be for Greystone Construction to begin planning for the purchasing of construction materials and similar activities.

 

Mareck stated that the letter of intent has been reviewed by the City Attorney, Fran Eggert and also that the City is accepting no financial liability in issuing the letter of intent and has made Greystone Construction aware of this position, both verbally and in the letter of intent.

 

Ollig motioned to authorize the City of Winsted to send a letter of intent on an award of bid to Greystone Construction for the City Center and Lakefront Promenade project.  Mochinski seconded.  Motion carried 5-0.

 

b)      Broadcasting Policy – Local Access Channel 10

           

            Mareck presented the proposed Meeting Broadcasting Policy for the City of Winsted.

 

Mareck stated that the City Council has highlighted a need to use the local access channel as a means to share more information with citizens on issues as they are discussed at the individual commission meetings.  The broadcasting of all commission meetings is a part of the City’s goals and action plan for 2007.

 

All meetings would be broadcasted under the proposed policy beginning

September 1, 2007.

 

Ollig motioned to adopt the “Meeting Broadcasting Policy” for the City of Winsted.  Wiemiller seconded.  Motion carried 5-0.

                       

6)            Department Reports

 

a)              Airport Commission

 

Boelter reported on the following:

Ø     A meeting that was held to discuss drainage issues near the newly constructed hangars.  It was determined that the City is not responsible for the rectifying of drainage issues around and near the newly constructed hangars.  The hangar owner was present at the meeting and was directed to discuss the drainage issue with RAM Building, Incorporated, the contractor.  Also present at the meeting was Greg Machemehl, RAM Building, Incorporated; members of the Airport Commission; Brent Mareck; Deb Boelter; Dave Meyer; and Benita Crow, Short Elliott Hendrickson, Incorporated (SEH) Aviation Engineer.

Ø     The plans and specifications for the proposed turf rehabilitation project are being advertised for bids and the bid opening will be held on July 24, 2007.

Ø     Staff is preparing information for the City Council Workshop to discuss the future and funding of the Winsted Municipal Airport.

 

Russ Paschke, Airport Commission Chairman was present at the meeting and reported on the sixty (60) feet by eighty (80) feet hangar being built by Dave Millerbernd at the Airport.

 

7)                        No Open Forum.

 

8)                        Announcements

 

                        a)            Public Works Facility Open House

 

Mareck distributed a flyer to the City Council announcing the Public Works Facility Open House on July 19, 2007 starting at 1:00 p.m. and shared the information with the public.

 

Mochinski asked if there were items that needed to be repaired yet.  Mareck stated yes.  Mareck stated that that the City will not be paying RAM Building, Incorporated’s final invoice until all the items are repaired.

                       

b)            Tree City U.S.A.

 

Mareck presented a letter from The National Arbor Day Foundation designating the City of Winsted as a Tree City.

 

                        c)            2007 Winsted Pride Awards

 

Mareck presented the 2007 Winsted Pride Award nomination form for Winsted residents and businesses that have enhanced the aesthetic quality of their property in the City of Winsted.  Nominations are due at City Hall by August 1, 2007.

 

                        d)            Winsted Summer Festival – Bonfire Permit

 

Quast shared her concerns regarding the bonfire permit approved by the City Council for the Winsted Summer Festival.  Mareck stated that the bonfire is held on the beach at Mill Reserve Park and Winsted Volunteer Fire Department personnel are present during the bonfire.

 

            e)            Blight – 163 Main Avenue West

 

Mochinski asked if the blight issue at 163 Main Avenue West, which is currently with the McLeod County Court, includes the tall grass and noxious weeds located around the building.  Mareck stated yes and discussed with the McLeod County Attorney, Mike Long, if it should be removed from the lawsuit and dealt with separately.  Mareck stated that Long recommended that the City do not remove the violation of tall grass and noxious weeds.

 

Mayor Stotko asked if the City can go on the property and remove the tall grass and noxious weeds.  Eggert stated that he would have to review the blight lawsuit against 163 Main Avenue West before commenting on what actions the City is allowed to take.

 

Mochinski asked if the City could send another notice directing the property owner of 163 Main Avenue West to remove the tall grass and noxious weeds within the required seven (7) days and if the property owner does not meet the deadline, the City would remove the tall grass and weeds and assess the property for the cost of the removal.

 

Ollig motioned that the City Attorney, Fran Eggert investigate the possibility of giving a seven (7) day notice for the removal of tall grass and noxious weeds at 163 Main Avenue West without jeopardizing the existing blight lawsuit; and if it would not jeopardize the existing lawsuit, that the letter be sent.  Mochinski seconded.

Motion carried 5-0.

 

f)            Kingsley Street - Tall Grass and Weeds

Mayor Stotko asked who is responsible for the removal of the tall grass and weeds growing between Winsted Lake and Kingsley Street.  Mareck stated that the City is responsible for the removal.  Mareck stated that the lawn mowing contractor is required to do regular mowing of the area located between Winsted Lake and Kingsley Street.  Mayor Stotko stated that the City should be responsible in their maintenance of the tall grass and weeds.

 

Mochinski stated that the City has to educate themselves on the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ (MN DNR) regulations for spraying weeds near the lake.

 

            g)            Special City Council Meeting – Historic City Hall

 

Ollig presented to the public that the City will be holding a Special City Council Meeting on Tuesday, July 10, 2007 at 3:30 p.m. at the Historic City Hall, 181 – 1st Street North, to discuss issues pertaining to the Historic City Hall.  Ollig recommended that the Winsted Historical Preservation Society be invited to the meeting.  Mareck stated that the City’s Building Inspector will also be in attendance at the meeting.

 

9)            Adjournment

 

Quast motioned to adjourn.  Ollig seconded.  Motion carried 5-0.

 

 

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

Deborah R. Boelter

City Clerk-Treasurer

Present:                        Mayor Steve Stotko

                                    Council Member Tom Ollig

                                    Council Member Bonnie Quast

                                    Council Member Tom Wiemiller

                                    Council Member Dave Mochinski

 

Staff Present:                        Brent Mareck, City Administrator

                                    Deb Boelter, City Clerk-Treasurer

                                    Fran Eggert, City Attorney

 

1)            Mayor Stotko called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

 

            a)            The Pledge of Allegiance was taken.           

 

2)            Ollig motioned to adopt the Consent Agenda as presented.  Mochinski seconded.  Motion carried 5-0.

 

a)            Minutes – Closed Council Meeting (City Administrator’s Review) – June 19, 2007

 

Accepted the minutes of the City Council Special Closed Meeting of June 19, 2007.

 

b)      Minutes – Regular City Council Meeting – June 19, 2007

 

            Accepted the minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of June 19, 2007.

 

c)      Minutes – Special City Council Meeting – June 26, 2007

           

            Accepted the minutes of the Special City Council Meeting of June 26, 2007.

 

d)      Special City Council Meeting – July 10, 2007

 

Scheduled a special City Council meeting for July 10, 2007 at 3:30 p.m. to discuss issues relating to the historic city hall to be held at 181 - 1st St. N. (historic city hall).

 

e)      Resignation – Officer Jeremiah Jessen

 

Accepted the resignation of Officer Jeremiah Jessen effective July 8, 2007.

f)      3.2% Liquor License – Brat Busters – Winsted Area Chamber of Commerce

 

Approved an application for a one (1) to four (4) day temporary on-sale liquor license for the Winsted Area Chamber of Commerce Brat Busters on Friday, August 10, 2007 for the Winsted Summer Festival.

g)      3.2% Liquor License – Winsted American Legion

 

Approved an application for a one (1) to four (4) day temporary on-sale liquor license for the Winsted American Legion on Friday, August 10, 2007; Saturday, August 11, 2007; and Sunday, August 12, 2007 for the Winsted Summer Festival.

h)      Parade Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a Children’s Parade sponsored by the Winsted Summer Festival near Hainlin Park on McLeod Avenue on Saturday, August 11, 2007.

i)      Parade Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a Parade sponsored by the Winsted Summer Festival on designated streets in the City of Winsted on Sunday, August 12, 2007.

j)      Horse Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved the use of horses in the August 12, 2007 Parade sponsored by the Winsted Summer Festival.

k)      ATV Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a permit to operate ATVs on City streets and property on Friday, August 10, 2007; Saturday, August 11, 2007; and Sunday, August 12, 2007 in conjunction with the Winsted Summer Festival.

 

l)      Mini Train Rides Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a permit to operate mini train rides on City streets and property on Friday, August 10, 2007; Saturday, August 11, 2007; and Sunday, August 12, 2007 in conjunction with the Winsted Summer Festival.

 

m)      Outdoor Music Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a permit allowing outdoor music on City streets and property on Friday, August 10, 2007; Saturday, August 11, 2007; and Sunday, August 12, 2007 in conjunction with the Winsted Summer Festival.

 

n)      Bonfire Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

 

Approved a permit to conduct a bonfire at Mill Reserve Park on Friday, August 10, 2007 in conjunction with the Winsted Summer Festival.

 

o)      Outside Food Stands Permit – Winsted Summer Festival

Approved a permit to allow outside food stands to operate on City streets and property on Friday, August 10, 2007; Saturday, August 11, 2007; and Sunday, August 12, 2007 in conjunction with the Winsted Summer Festival.

p)            Resignation – Winsted Fire Department

Accepted the resignation of Brad Bush from the Winsted Fire Department.

q)            Appointment – Winsted Fire Department*

Appointed Steve Bahr to Ladder Captain upon the recommendation of the Winsted Fire Chief.

 

r)      Sludge Storage Tanks – Pay Request #7

 

Approved Pay Request #7 in the amount of $35,400 to Gridor Construction, Incorporated for work completed on the Sludge Storage Improvements project.

 

s)      Claims

Approved the Claims List for July 3, 2007 as presented.

           

3)            Public Hearings

 

            a)            Resolution R-07-11 – Capital Improvement Bond – Winsted City Hall

                       

Mareck presented Resolution R-07-11 a resolution giving preliminary approval for the issuance of general obligation capital improvement plan bonds for the proposed Winsted City Hall.

 

Quast motioned to adopt Resolution R-07-11 providing for the issuance and sale of $2,590,000 in General Obligation Capital Improvement Plan Bonds, Series 2007A, and levying a tax for the payment thereof.  Wiemiller seconded.  Motion carried 5-0.

                       

Ollig motioned to close the Public Hearing.  Quast seconded.

Motion carried 5-0.

 

4)            Old Business

 

            a)            CR 1 Safety Issues

 

Mareck presented the letter dated June 20, 2007 from Jon Henslin, Minnesota Department of Transportation (MN DOT), District Traffic Engineer.  Mareck stated that he, Police Chief Mike Henrich, and Council Member Bonnie Quast met with representatives from MN DOT on June 19, 2007 to discuss the speed reduction on McLeod County Road 1 (CR 1).  The MN DOT representatives presented their findings from a pedestrian survey that they conducted on June 18, 2007 and their 2006 traffic and engineering investigation on speed limits.  Mareck stated that in consideration of the survey and traffic investigation, MN DOT has determined that the posted speed limit of forty-five (45) miles per hour is appropriate for CR 1.  Mareck stated that MN DOT’s determination does not end the City’s quest to have a four (4)-way stop installed at the intersection of CR 1 and Main Avenue, because McLeod County would be able to approve the City’s request for a four (4)-way stop.

 

Quast stated that the City should proceed to obtain a four (4)-way stop at the intersection of CR 1 and Main Avenue to assist pedestrians in crossing CR 1 safely. 

 

Ollig stated that the City has no recourse to reduce the speed limit on CR 1; however, the City can request that McLeod County approve a four (4)-way stop at the intersection of CR 1 and Main Avenue.  Mareck stated that this was correct.  Mareck stated that he has asked to be on the McLeod County Commissioner’s July 17, 2007 meeting agenda to request approval for a four (4)-way stop at the intersection of CR 1 and Main Avenue.

 

Quast motioned that Mareck present a request from the City of Winsted for the installation of a four (4)-way stop at the intersection of McLeod County Road 1 and Main Avenue to the McLeod County Commissioners.  Wiemiller seconded.

Motion carried 5-0.

 

5)            New Business

 

a)      Letter of Intent – City Center and Lakefront Promenade

           

           

Mareck presented a request from Greystone Construction of Shakopee, Minnesota, asking that the City Council consider authorizing a letter of intent on the award of the bid for the City Center and Lakefront Promenade project.  The purpose of the letter of intent would be for Greystone Construction to begin planning for the purchasing of construction materials and similar activities.

 

Mareck stated that the letter of intent has been reviewed by the City Attorney, Fran Eggert and also that the City is accepting no financial liability in issuing the letter of intent and has made Greystone Construction aware of this position, both verbally and in the letter of intent.

 

Ollig motioned to authorize the City of Winsted to send a letter of intent on an award of bid to Greystone Construction for the City Center and Lakefront Promenade project.  Mochinski seconded.  Motion carried 5-0.

 

b)      Broadcasting Policy – Local Access Channel 10

           

            Mareck presented the proposed Meeting Broadcasting Policy for the City of Winsted.

 

Mareck stated that the City Council has highlighted a need to use the local access channel as a means to share more information with citizens on issues as they are discussed at the individual commission meetings.  The broadcasting of all commission meetings is a part of the City’s goals and action plan for 2007.

 

All meetings would be broadcasted under the proposed policy beginning

September 1, 2007.

 

Ollig motioned to adopt the “Meeting Broadcasting Policy” for the City of Winsted.  Wiemiller seconded.  Motion carried 5-0.

                       

6)            Department Reports

 

a)              Airport Commission

 

Boelter reported on the following:

Ø     A meeting that was held to discuss drainage issues near the newly constructed hangars.  It was determined that the City is not responsible for the rectifying of drainage issues around and near the newly constructed hangars.  The hangar owner was present at the meeting and was directed to discuss the drainage issue with RAM Building, Incorporated, the contractor.  Also present at the meeting was Greg Machemehl, RAM Building, Incorporated; members of the Airport Commission; Brent Mareck; Deb Boelter; Dave Meyer; and Benita Crow, Short Elliott Hendrickson, Incorporated (SEH) Aviation Engineer.

Ø     The plans and specifications for the proposed turf rehabilitation project are being advertised for bids and the bid opening will be held on July 24, 2007.

Ø     Staff is preparing information for the City Council Workshop to discuss the future and funding of the Winsted Municipal Airport.

 

Russ Paschke, Airport Commission Chairman was present at the meeting and reported on the sixty (60) feet by eighty (80) feet hangar being built by Dave Millerbernd at the Airport.

 

7)                        No Open Forum.

 

8)                        Announcements

 

                        a)            Public Works Facility Open House

 

Mareck distributed a flyer to the City Council announcing the Public Works Facility Open House on July 19, 2007 starting at 1:00 p.m. and shared the information with the public.

 

Mochinski asked if there were items that needed to be repaired yet.  Mareck stated yes.  Mareck stated that that the City will not be paying RAM Building, Incorporated’s final invoice until all the items are repaired.

                       

b)            Tree City U.S.A.

 

Mareck presented a letter from The National Arbor Day Foundation designating the City of Winsted as a Tree City.

 

                        c)            2007 Winsted Pride Awards

 

Mareck presented the 2007 Winsted Pride Award nomination form for Winsted residents and businesses that have enhanced the aesthetic quality of their property in the City of Winsted.  Nominations are due at City Hall by August 1, 2007.

 

                        d)            Winsted Summer Festival – Bonfire Permit

 

Quast shared her concerns regarding the bonfire permit approved by the City Council for the Winsted Summer Festival.  Mareck stated that the bonfire is held on the beach at Mill Reserve Park and Winsted Volunteer Fire Department personnel are present during the bonfire.

 

            e)            Blight – 163 Main Avenue West

 

Mochinski asked if the blight issue at 163 Main Avenue West, which is currently with the McLeod County Court, includes the tall grass and noxious weeds located around the building.  Mareck stated yes and discussed with the McLeod County Attorney, Mike Long, if it should be removed from the lawsuit and dealt with separately.  Mareck stated that Long recommended that the City do not remove the violation of tall grass and noxious weeds.

 

Mayor Stotko asked if the City can go on the property and remove the tall grass and noxious weeds.  Eggert stated that he would have to review the blight lawsuit against 163 Main Avenue West before commenting on what actions the City is allowed to take.

 

Mochinski asked if the City could send another notice directing the property owner of 163 Main Avenue West to remove the tall grass and noxious weeds within the required seven (7) days and if the property owner does not meet the deadline, the City would remove the tall grass and weeds and assess the property for the cost of the removal.

 

Ollig motioned that the City Attorney, Fran Eggert investigate the possibility of giving a seven (7) day notice for the removal of tall grass and noxious weeds at 163 Main Avenue West without jeopardizing the existing blight lawsuit; and if it would not jeopardize the existing lawsuit, that the letter be sent.  Mochinski seconded.

Motion carried 5-0.

 

f)            Kingsley Street - Tall Grass and Weeds

Mayor Stotko asked who is responsible for the removal of the tall grass and weeds growing between Winsted Lake and Kingsley Street.  Mareck stated that the City is responsible for the removal.  Mareck stated that the lawn mowing contractor is required to do regular mowing of the area located between Winsted Lake and Kingsley Street.  Mayor Stotko stated that the City should be responsible in their maintenance of the tall grass and weeds.

 

Mochinski stated that the City has to educate themselves on the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ (MN DNR) regulations for spraying weeds near the lake.

 

            g)            Special City Council Meeting – Historic City Hall

 

Ollig presented to the public that the City will be holding a Special City Council Meeting on Tuesday, July 10, 2007 at 3:30 p.m. at the Historic City Hall, 181 – 1st Street North, to discuss issues pertaining to the Historic City Hall.  Ollig recommended that the Winsted Historical Preservation Society be invited to the meeting.  Mareck stated that the City’s Building Inspector will also be in attendance at the meeting.

 

9)            Adjournment

 

Quast motioned to adjourn.  Ollig seconded.  Motion carried 5-0.

 

 

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

Deborah R. Boelter

City Clerk-Treasurer


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