May 7, 2019

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Published On: May 2, 2019Last Updated: May 13, 2019Views: 75

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ALLOUEZ VILLAGE BOARD MEETING
TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019
6:30 P.M., ALLOUEZ VILLAGE HALL

1. CALL TO ORDER / ROLL CALL

2. MODIFY / ADOPT AGENDA

3. ANNOUNCEMENTS
a. Summer Office Hours from May 6th – September 27th will be Monday – Thursday 7 am – 4:30 pm and Friday 7 – 11 am

b. Open Book on May 28th from 8 – 10 am / Board of Review on June 4th from 8 – 10 am

c. Construction on W St. Joseph Street to begin on May 13th

d. Plan Commission meeting to be held on May 20th instead of the 27th due to the Memorial Day holiday

e. Hoffman Road closed from the East River to Bellevue Street, April 29th – May 31st

4. PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION 2019-03, VACATING A PORTION OF MARTHA AVENUE CUL-DE-SAC SOUTH OF PICKARD CIRCLE

5. ACTION RE: ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION 2019-03

6. PRESENTATION
a. Fox River Trail Access and Riverside Drive Crossing Study (Riley Schreiner, St. Norbert College student)

7. PUBLIC APPEARANCES

OLD BUSINESS:

8. ACTION RE: POSSIBILITY OF TRANSFERENCE OF ONE OR MORE AVAILABLE RESERVE “CLASS B” LIQUOR LICENSES FOR FUTURE PURCHASE BY ASHWAUBENON (from 04/16/19)

9. ACTION RE: RESOLUTIONS THE LEAGUE ENCOURAGES MUNICIPALITIES TO PASS SUPPORTING MUNICIPAL ITEMS IN GOVERNOR EVERS’ BUDGET (from 04/16/19)
a. Resolution 2019-14, Support for Shared Revenue Funding Increase
b. Resolution 2019-15, Support for Increased Levy Limit Flexibility
c. Resolution 2019-16, Support for Fixing the State’s Transportation Funding Shortfall and Increasing Local Transportation Aids
d. Resolution 2019-17, Support for Closing the Dark Store and Walgreens Property Tax Loopholes and Stopping the Shift

NEW BUSINESS:

10. ACTION RE: REQUEST FROM DOUG MEIKLE (Doug’s Take Five) AT 3600 RIVERSIDE DRIVE FOR A NOISE VARIANCE PERMIT AND TO AMEND HIS PREMISE DESCRIPTION TO ALLOW ALCOHOL TO BE SOLD AND SERVED IN THEIR PARKING LOT ON JUNE 22nd FOR A MUSICAL FUNDRAISER (D. Baenen)

11. ACTION RE: REQUEST FROM ALLOUEZ OPTIMIST CLUB FOR A VENDOR PERMIT AND NOISE VARIANCE PERMIT TO ALLOW MUSIC AT GREEN ISLE PARK DURING ALLOUEZ FEST ON JUNE 9th (C. Clark)

12. ACTION RE: RESOLUTION 2019-11, THANKING DAVID DORAN FOR HIS YEARS OF SERVICE ON THE BOARD OF APPEALS / CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION

13. ACTION RE: RESOLUTION 2019-12, THANKING KELSEY PRESCOTT FOR HER YEARS OF SERVICE ON THE PARKS, RECREATION & FORESTRY COMMITTEE / CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION

14. ACTION RE: RESOLUTION 2019-13, THANKING ANGELA KOWALZEK-ADRIANS FOR HER YEARS OF SERVICE ON THE BOARD OF REVIEW / CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION

15. ACTION RE: NOISE VARIANCE PERMIT FOR BELLIN RUN ON JUNE 8, 2019

16. ACTION RE: VENDOR PERMIT APPROVAL FOR THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS (NAMI) WALK ON SEPTEMBER 21, 2019 (C. Clark)

17. ACTION RE: APPROVAL OF VENDOR PERMIT AND NOISE VARIANCE FOR POOCHES AND PINTS SUMMER KICKOFF SPECIAL EVENT AT GREEN ISLE PARK ON JUNE 13, 2019 (C. Clark)

18. ACTION RE: APPROVAL OF VENDOR PERMIT AND NOISE VARIANCE FOR POOCHES AND PINTS BARKTOBERFEST SPECIAL EVENT AT GREEN ISLE PARK ON OCTOBER 12, 2019 (C. Clark)

19. ACTION RE: APPROVAL FOR GRACE COMMUNITY 5K ON AUGUST 17, 2019 (C. Clark)

20. ACTION RE: PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING MAY AS HISTORIC PRESERVATION MONTH (T. Fuller)

21. ACTION RE: APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE MEMBER TO PARKS, RECREATION & FORESTRY COMMITTEE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (President Rafter)

22. ACTION RE: ANNUAL APPOINTMENT OF WEED COMMISSIONER §66.0517 (President Rafter)

23. ACTION RE: RENEWAL APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSES TO SELL FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES AND INTOXICATING LIQUORS FROM 7-1-2019 THROUGH 6-30-2020 (Code 145-8 – D. Baenen)

24. ACTION RE: CONSENT AGENDA
a. Approval of operator’s licenses
b. Approval of Village Board minutes dated 04/16/19
c. Accept and Place on File minutes from:
i. Plan Commission dated 03/25/19
ii. Historic Preservation Committee dated 01/23/19
iii. Economic Development Committee dated 04/05/19
d. Approval of accounts payable dated 04/12/19, 04/15/19, 04/19/19, 04/24/19, 04/25/19, 04/26/19

25. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

26. ADJOURNMENT

NOTE: It is possible that members of and a possible quorum of members of other governmental bodies of the municipality may be in attendance at the above noticed meeting to gather information; no action will be taken by any governmental body at the above noticed meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to above in this notice.