** AGENDA **
* * OUTAGAMIE COUNTY BOARD * *
Office of the County Clerk, April 16, 2019.
The Board meets for the ANNUAL REORGANIZATION MEETING, pursuant to Section 59.03, Wisconsin Statutes, and is called to order by Chairperson Nooyen at 4:00 p.m. in the County Board Room, located at 320 South Walnut Street, Appleton, Wisconsin.
ROLL CALL of the Board of Supervisors. Board Chairperson requests the Board's confirmation regarding excused members.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - Offered by Chairperson Nooyen.
MINUTES OF THE MARCH 26, 2019 COUNTY BOARD MEETING
SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS
APPOINTMENT OF SERGEANT-AT-ARMS
APPOINTMENT OF PARLIAMENTARIAN
DESIGNATION OF OFFICIAL COUNTY NEWSPAPER FOR LEGAL AND ELECTION NOTICES
CHAIRPERSON’S APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE MEMBERS
ESTABLISH ORDER OF THE DAY
Communications Referral List
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION FOR A PERIOD OF FIFTEEN MINUTES (PERTINENT TO THE RESOLUTIONS OF THE DAY).
County Executive Nelson nomination for appointment of Roberta Buchholtz, Peter Gilbert, Paul Girod, David Hovde, Marcia Trentlage, Cathy Thompson, Angela VerVoort and Nate Wolff to the Outagamie County Waupaca Library Systems Planning Committee; said terms expiring in 2023.
REPORT BY THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE - County Executive Thomas Nelson will give an Administrative Update.
REPORT AND PRESENTATION OF COUNTY LOBBYIST - County Lobbyist Mark Wadium will speak on subjects of County interest.
Resolution No. Z-1—2019-20– Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning & Land Conservation Committee. Approve the proposed rezoning request for John Korth of 0.192 acres, Town of Greenville, from Two-Family Residential to General Commercial, as noted on the attachments.
Resolution No. 1—2019-20– Finance Committee. Approve selling parcel #340019100, City of Seymour, for $19,878.49 to the City of Seymour, as noted on the attachments.
Resolution No. 2—2019-20– Agriculture, Extension Education, Zoning & Land Conservation Committee. Approve accepting and expending $349,112 Department of Natural Resources Targeted Runoff Management Grant funds to address manure runoff issues at the Corey Bergsbaken farm, Town of Maine, and increase Land Conservation Grant cost centers: Intergovernmental Revenues by $124,112 and Purchased Services by $124,112, as noted on the attachments.
Resolution No. 3—2019-20– Legislative/Audit & Human Resources Committee. Approve amending the Recycling and Solid Waste Department Table of Organization by changing the position title of Recycling Coordinator to Recycling and Solid Waste Program Coordinator effective March 31, 2019, as noted on the attachments.
Resolution No. 4—2019-20– Property, Airport, Recreation & Economic Development Committee. Authorize the Parks Director and/or the Management Assistant to submit a State aid/grant application for maintaining, acquiring, developing and ensuring a program of snowmobile trails for public recreational use, and that the County will meet the financial obligation of the accepted grants.
Resolution No. 5—2019-20– Property, Airport, Recreation & Economic Development Committee. Approve Appleton International Airport and Faith Technologies, Inc. entering into an additional hangar and office space lease agreement and adjust cost centers as noted on the attachments.
Resolution No. 6—2019-20– Property, Airport, Recreation & Economic Development Committee. Approve Appleton International Airport and LGL Strategies, Ltd., entering a lease agreement and adjust the cost centers as noted on the attachments.
Resolution No. 7—2019-20– Property, Airport, Recreation & Economic Development Committee. Approve the First Addendum to Display Advertising Agreement with ThedaCare, Inc. and increase Terminal Display Cases by $15,000 and decrease Terminal Fund Balance Applied by $15,000, as noted on the attachments.
Resolution No. 8—2019-20– Property, Airport, Recreation & Economic Development Committee. Authorize granting We Energies an easement for 12 feet wide strips of land, parcel numbers 110089700 and 110090400, Town of Greenville, as noted on the attachments.
Resolution No. 9—2019-20– Health and Human Services Committee. Go on record supporting extending the housing report preparation period to 180 days and allowing courts to make a finding that the county has made a “good faith effort” to conform to the deadline, and oppose eliminating state-defined distance requirements for placement of Chapter 980 Supervised Release offenders, and oppose counties being responsible for identifying appropriate residential options for State Chapter 980 offenders (State to resume this function), and request State fully reimburse county for all costs relative to finding suitable Chapter 980 offenders residential options (should county-based placement process remain).
Resolution No. 10—2019-20– Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee. Approve eliminating one full-time Health & Human Services Children, Youth & Family Division (HHS-CYF) Social Worker I-V and create two part-time HHS-CYF Social Worker I-V positions, effective May 26, 2019, and approve cost centers changes increasing HHS-CYF: Provided Salaries $34,074; Fringes $24,012; Training $100; Mngmt. & Support IT $2,645; Mngmt. & Support Office Equipment $350; decreasing Provided Salaries $40,978; Fringes $16,492; Provided Salaries $3,711, as noted on attachments.
Ordinance No. A—2019-20– Highway, Recycling and Solid Waste Committee. Amend Section 36-91 of the Code of Ordinances to reduce the speed limit to 45 miles per hour on County Road CE from 0.20 miles east of Railroad Street to STH 55.