VILLAGE OF COTTAGE GROVE             NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

                                  
VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Monday, May 7, 2018           6:30 p.m.            Village Municipal Offices
                                                                           221 E. Cottage Grove Rd

1.

Call to Order


2.

Determination of quorum and that the agenda was properly posted

3.

Pledge of Allegiance

4.

PUBLIC APPEARANCES-Public's opportunity to speak about any subject that is not a specific agenda item

5.

Presentations to the Board

a. Presentation by TDS Metrocom regarding development of fiber optic services in the Village.
6.

Discuss and consider the minutes of the regular Village Board meeting and Joint Village Board Meeting with Town of Cottage Grove

7.

Unfinished Business

a. Status on fireworks ordinance.
b. Discuss and consider Building Inspector contract and ordinance revisions regarding annual building inspector report.


 



8.

New Business

a. Discuss and consider request from the Cottage Grove Fire Department for accommodations for the 2018 Fireman's Festival.
b. Discuss and consider Resolution 2018-05: Initial Resolution Authorizing General Obligation Bonds in an Amount not to exceed $2,455,000 for Sewerage Projects.
c. Discuss and consider Resolution 2018-06: Resolution Providing for the sale of $2,455,000 General Obligation Sewerage bonds, Series 2018A.
d. Discuss and consider Proclamation for 2018 Arbor Day.
e. Discuss and consider block party application from Leah & Mark Rinehart at 302 Fox Circle.
f. Discuss and consider new operator's licenses for licensing year July 2017- June 2018 for Matthew Kennedy and Phillip Frederickson.
g. Discuss and consider new operator's licenses for licensing year July 2018 - June 2019 for Jessica Hensiak and Jacob Gahm.

9.

Reports from Village Boards, Commissions & Committees

9.I.

Ad Hoc Glacial Drumlin Bike Path Committee

Documents:
  1. 4 17 18 Agenda.pdf
9.II.

Deer-Grove EMS Commission

a. Discuss and consider approval of EMS contract between Deer-Grove EMS and the Town of Deerfield.
9.III.

Law Enforcement Committee

a. Discuss and consider changing Village Ordinance Chapter 116: Animals, Article III Animal Control, subsection 116-5 Control of Animals, to require animals out of their yards to be on leash. With the requirement that the leash be no more than 4 feet in length.
9.IV.

Natvig Landfill Monitoring Review Committee

9.V.

Public Works & Properties Committee

a. Discuss and consider Committee recommendation to the Village Board on future of Bonnie Road building.
9.VI.

Emergency Government Committee

10.

Reports from Village Officers

a. Troy Allen
b. James Elmore
c. Jeff Lennberg
d. Melissa Ratcliff
e. Jon Russell
f. John Williams
g. Jack Henrich
     i. Discuss and consider Trustee Committee and Commission appointments.
    ii. Discuss and consider Citizen Committee and Commission appointments.
    iii.  Discuss and consider Weed Commissioner appointment.
    iiii. Discuss and consider recommendation to Joint Review Board of Paula Severson as Public Member on Joint Review Board.
h. Attorney Lee Boushea
i. Administrator Matt Giese
    i. Discuss process for establishing Board priorities for Village operations.
j. Director of Planning and Development Erin Ruth
k. Police Chief Dan Layber





11.

Communications and Miscellaneous Business

a. Consider approval of vouchers.
b. Correspondence
c. Future agenda items
    
12.

Closed Session:

The Village of Cottage Grove Village Board will enter into Closed Session pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute §19.85 (1)(e)Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session. This closed session is to discuss boundary agreements.






13.

Reconvene into open session and possible consideration of closed session items

14.

Adjournment

This agenda has been prepared by Staff and approved by the Village President as Chair of the Village Board for use at the meeting as listed above. Any item on the agenda is subject to final action. Notice: Persons needing special accommodations should call 608-839-4704 at least 24 hours prior to the meeting. It is possible that members of and possibly a quorum of members of other governmental bodies may be in attendance at the above stated meeting to gather information; no action will be taken by any governmental body at the above-stated meeting other than the governmental body specifically referred to above in this notice.