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COMMON COUNCIL OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Cory Mason, Mayor Tara Coolidge, City Clerk City Council Chamber Racine, Wisconsin Tuesday, August 20, 2019 7:00 PM Call To Order PRESENT: 12 - Coe, Tate II, Larrin, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Glenn, Land, Perez, Taft and Meekma EXCUSED: 3 - Jones, Levie and Lemke Pledge of Allegiance To The Flag Mayor Mason led the Council in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Approval of Journal of Council Proceedings (Minutes) August 07, 2019 Alder Meekma made a motion to approve the minutes, seconded by Alder Shakoor II. Proclamation 0963 19 Subject: August Hip Hop Month Presentation from the City Finance Department Finance Director Dave Brown presented a power point presentation on the 2020 Budget Outlook for the City of Racine. Presentation from the Racine County Economic Development Corporation Laura Million from RCEDC presented on the City of Racine Contract Update. Public Comments The following people appeared to speak before the Common Council: Mercedes Dzindzeleta Karen Simpson George Meyers Mrs. Olson Curtis Woods Committee Reports Finance and Personnel Committee Report, by Ald. Shakoor II 0892 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Shakoor, II requesting to increase the 2019 Capital Improvement General Obligation Bond Issue by $350,000 to fund razing the remaining buildings on the Racine Steel Castings site. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 08 12 2019: To increase the 2019 Capital Improvement General Obligation Bond Issue by $350,000. Sponsors: Q.A. Shakoor II A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0896 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Shakoor, II, on behalf of the City Attorney’s Office submitting the claims of Allison Olsen, Paige Olsen, Jordan Olsen and Brendan Olsen for consideration of disallowance. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 08 12 2019: The claims of Allison Olsen, Paige Olsen, Jordan Olsen and Brendan Olsen be disallowed. Alder Weidner requested that item 0896 19 be considered separately. A motion was made by Alder Weidner, seconded by Alder Coe, that this Communication be Referred to City Attorney’s Office. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 7 - Coe, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Glenn, Land and Perez NOES: 4 - Larrin, Jung, Taft and Meekma EXCUSED: 4 - Jones, Tate II, Levie and Lemke 0904 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Shakoor, II on behalf of Chief Howell requesting approval of the 2019 Bureau of Justice Assistance Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant, as well as renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding with the Racine County Sheriff’s Office (Grant Control 00257). Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 08 12 2019: To approve the 2019 Bureau of Justice Assistance Edward Byrne Justice Grant and renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding with the Racine County Sheriff’s Office. Sponsors: Q.A. Shakoor II A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0906 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason requesting to approve Addendum 1 to the Tax Increment Financing Agreement, Tax Increment District 14, between the City of Racine and Racine Harborside, LLC for the @North Beach Project memorializing the City’s commitment to cover the extraordinary costs of extending regional infrastructure additions to the sanitary sewer system at a cost not to exceed $595,000 to be funded from TID #14 reserves. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 08 12 2019: To approve Addendum 1 to the Tax Increment Financing Agreement, Tax Increment District 14, between the City of Racine and Racine Harborside, LLC., for the @North Beach Project, as presented. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 08 26 2019:That this item be deferred until information needed is provided. Alder Shakoor II requested that item 0906 19 be considered separately. A motion was made by Alder Shakoor II, seconded by Alder Taft, that this Communication be Deferred. The motion FAILED by the following vote: AYES: 4 - Horton, Shakoor II, Land and Taft NOES: 8 - Coe, Tate II, Larrin, Weidner, Jung, Glenn, Perez and Meekma EXCUSED: 3 - Jones, Levie and Lemke A motion was made by Alder Perez, seconded by Alder Weidner, that this Communication be amended to allow the committee chair to call a special meeting to discuss this topic. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 6 - Coe, Larrin, Weidner, Horton, Jung and Perez NOES: 5 - Tate II, Glenn, Land, Taft and Meekma EXCUSED: 3 - Jones, Levie and Lemke ABSTENTIONS: 1 - Shakoor II A motion was made by Alder Shakoor II, seconded by Alder Weidner, that this Communication be Referred back to the Finance and Personnel Committee. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 11 - Coe, Tate II, Larrin, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Land, Perez, Taft and Meekma NOES: 1 - Glenn EXCUSED: 3 Jones, Levie and Lemke Alder Tate II asked to be excused after separate consideration of item number 0906 19. 0918 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Shakoor II, requesting approval of the 2020 Mayor’s Gang Collaborative Grant (Grant Control 00259). Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 08 12 2019: To approve the 2020 Mayor’s Gang Collaborative Grant. Sponsors: Q.A. Shakoor II A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent Public Works and Services Committee Report, by Ald. Perez 0841 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of the Transit and Parking System Manager, requesting authorization for the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the 2019 contract for RYDE bus service in the Village of Caledonia, Village of Mount Pleasant and Town of Yorkville. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 08 13 19: That the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized and directed to enter into 2019 contracts for RYDE bus service in the Village of Caledonia, Village of Mount Pleasant and Town of Yorkville. Sponsors: John Tate II A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0842 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Public Works, submitting bid results on Contract 20190085, Library Entrance Door/Vestibule Replacement. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 08 13 19: That bids for Contract 20190085, Library Entrance, Door/Vestibule Replacement, be awarded to Absolute Construction Enterprises, Inc., at its bid price of $101,000.00, plus Alt. 1 bid in the amount of $12,800.00, for a total bid of $113,800.00, it being the lowest responsible bidder. Further recommends that funds to defray the cost of this Public Works Department project be appropriated from, Library Building Improvements. Sponsors: John Tate II A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0888 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Public Works, to submit Final Payments. Contract 20180123, State St. Lift Bridge Electrical Updates, Faith Technologies, Inc., contractor. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 08 13 19: That the work done by Faith Technologies, Inc., under Contract 20180123, State St. Lift Bridge Electrical Updates, be accepted and final payment authorized for a total contract amount of $273,020.00. Final Payment to include retainage. Sponsors: John Tate II A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0897 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of RPD, requesting to change parking restrictions in the area of Marquette Street Park, 1425 Marquette Street. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 08 13 19: Recommends that the request to install parking restrictions in the area of Marquette Street Park, 1425 Marquette Street, be granted. Also that: In accordance with Section 2 95 of the Municipal Code of the General Ordinances of the City of Racine, recommends that the following requests for changes in traffic code be granted: Recommends that Section 94 141(1) of Schedule F relating to “No parking at any time”, be amended: By Deleting: Marquette Street, east side, from Kewaunee Street south 80 feet. Marquette Street, east side, 30 feet north and 30 feet south of the centerline of the entrance to the Marquette Street playground. By Including: Marquette Street, east side, from Kewaunee Street south 300 feet. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0905 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of the Assistant Commissioner of Public Works/City Engineer, requesting parking restriction changes to Section 94, Transportation Sections of the Municipal Code of Racine, related to WisDOT Project ID: 2290 17 20, Northwestern Avenue (STH 38) Golf Avenue to Memorial Drive. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 08 13 19: Recommends that the request for No Parking restrictions on Northwestern Avenue (STH 38) Golf Avenue to Memorial Drive, WisDOT Project ID: 2290 17 20, be approved. Also that: In accordance with Section 2 95 of the Municipal Code of the General Ordinances of the City of Racine, recommends that the following requests for changes in traffic code be granted: A. Recommends that Section 94 141(1) of Schedule F relating to “No parking at any time”, be amended: By Deleting: Northwestern Avenue, northeast side, from Albert Street north 130 feet. Northwestern Avenue, northeast side, from High Street south 200 feet. Northwestern Avenue, southwest side, from Wustum Avenue south 50 feet. Northwestern Avenue, southwest side, from 180 feet south of Wustum Avenue south 220 feet. Northwestern Avenue, southwest side, from 500 feet south of Wustum Avenue south 170 feet. Northwestern Avenue, southwest side, from Wustum Avenue north 100 feet. Northwestern Avenue, southwest side, from High Street to West High Street. Northwestern Avenue, southwest side, from Wustum Avenue west 100 feet. Northwestern Avenue, southwest side, from High Street to Maple Grove Avenue. Northwestern Avenue, southwest side, from 20 feet east of Maple Grove west 330 feet. State Street, southwest side, from West High Street to Lawn Street. State Street, southwest side, from Harriet Street northwest 60 feet. State Street, west side, from North Memorial Drive to Hill Street. By Including: Northwestern Avenue, northeast side, from Golf Avenue to 100 feet south of Golf Avenue. Northwestern Avenue, northeast side, from Georgia Avenue to 100 feet south of Georgia Avenue. Northwestern Avenue, northeast side, from Wustum Avenue to 100 feet south of Wustum Avenue. Northwestern Avenue, northeast side, from 200 feet north of Maple Grove Avenue to 100 feet south of High Street. Northwestern Avenue, northeast side, from 240 feet south of High Street to Albert Street. State Street, northeast side, from 200 feet south of Lawn Street to Memorial Drive. State Street, southwest side, from Harriet Street northwest 100 feet. State Street, southwest side, from North Memorial to 380 feet south of Prospect Street. State Street, southwest side, from Prospect Street 100 feet north. State Street, southwest side, from Lawn Street 100 feet north. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0913 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason, requesting approval of the Reichert Court Relocation Order, per Wis. Stat. section 32.05, and authorizing the City Attorney to take all steps necessary for acquisition of property. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 08 13 19: The Reichert Court Relocation Order, per Wis. Stat. section 32.05, be approved, and the City Attorney be authorized to take all steps necessary for acquisition of property. Sponsors: Cory Mason A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent Ord.0021 19 Ordinance 0021 19 Ch. 42 Sale and Application of Coal Tar Sealants Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 08 13 19: Amend the title of Article Vlll to read: Article Vlll. REGULATION OF THE SALE, APPLICATION, AND USE OF HIGH PAH SEALANT PRODUCTS, and as amended, to adopt Ordinance 0021 19 Ch. 42 Sale and Application of Coal Tar Sealants. Sponsors: Natalia Taft Alder Perez requested that Ord. 0021 19 be considered separately. A motion was made by Alder Perez, seconded by Alder Jung, that this Ordinance be Adopted. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 10 - Coe, Larrin, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Land, Perez, Taft and Meekma NOES: 1 - Glenn EXCUSED: 4 - Jones, Tate II, Levie and Lemke Public Safety and Licensing Committee Report, by Ald. Coe 0836 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Coe submitting an application for a “Class A” Fermented Malt Beverage and Intoxicating Liquor License for Jay Goga Maharaj INC. DBA Odd Fellows Food & Liquor, located at 821 Main Street, Sneha Patel, Agent. (1st District) Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 08 13 19: That an application for a “Class A” Fermented Malt Beverage and Intoxicating Liquor License for Jay Goga Maharaj INC. DBA Odd Fellows Food & Liquor, Sneha Patel Agent, be approved. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0870 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Coe submitting an application for a Reserve “Class B” Retail Fermented Malt Beverage and Intoxicating Liquor License for Kafana LLC DBA Kafana, located at 3001 Douglas Ave, Biljana Kirilov, Agent. (7th District) Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 08 13 19: That an application for a Reserve “Class B” Retail Fermented Malt Beverage and Intoxicating Liquor License for Kafana LLC DBA Kafana, Biljana Kirilov Agent, be approved. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0908 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Coe for a renewal application of As Time Goes By, Pamela LeVeille Agent, for Secondhand Article Dealer’s License at 223 6th St. (1st District) Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 08 13 19: That a renewal application for As Time Goes By, Pamela LeVeille Agent, for Secondhand Article Dealer’s License, be approved. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent Ord.0020 19 Ordinance 0020 19 Ch. 22 & Ch. 66 Cigarette, Tobacco and Nicotine Products Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 08 13 19: That the Ordinance 0020 19 Ch. 22 & Ch. 66 Cigarette, Tobacco and Nicotine Products be approved.. Sponsors: Jeff Coe A motion was made that this Ordinance be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent City Plan Commission Report, by Ald. Jung ZOrd.0003 19 Zoning Ordinance 0003 19 520 Caron Butler Drive Recommendation of the City Plan Commission on 08 14 19: That the ordinance be adopted. Sponsors: Jason Meekma A motion was made that this Zoning Ordinance be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0799 19 Subject: A use supplement related to the rezoning request by Mandy Tutas, agent for the DeKoven Center, for a rezoning from O/I Office Institutional District to O/I with a FD Flex Development Overlay at 520 Caron Butler Drive (PC 19). Recommendation of the City Plan Commission on 7 24 19: That the use supplement related to the rezoning request by Mandy Tutas, agent for the DeKoven Center, be adopted. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0798 19 Subject: Request by Mandy Tutas, agent for the DeKoven Center, seeking a conditional use permit for a short term rental establishment (e.g. Airbnb) at 520 Caron Butler Drive, having up to five rental units, none being the primary residence of the operator (PC 19). Recommendation of the City Plan Commission on 7 24 19: That the request by Mandy Tutas, agent for the DeKoven Center, seeking a conditional use permit for a short term rental establishment at 520 Caron Butler Drive, having five rental units, none being the primary residence of the operator be approved, subject to conditions. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0919 19 Subject: Request by Sekao INC seeking a major amendment to a conditional use permit to construct a 640 square foot addition to a building at 6006 21st Street, which would serve as an office for an automobile vehicles sales lot at 6000 21st Street. (PC 19). Recommendation of the City Plan Commission on 08 14 19: That, based on the required findings of fact, the request by Sekao Inc seeking a major amendment to a conditional use permit to construct a 640 square foot addition to a building at 6006 21 Street be approved subject to conditions a. j. Sponsors: Jason Meekma A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent Community Development Committee Report, by Ald. Meekma 0901 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Meekma requesting an amendment of Res No. 0411 17 to authorize up to an additional $7,800 of CDBG funds to Great Lakes Community Conservation Corps for rehabilitation of one homeownership unit at 1432 Illinois Street, for a total of up to $127,800. Recommendation of the Community Development Committee on 8 8 2019: That authorization from the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an amendment to the written agreement with Great Lakes Community Conservation Corps consistent with their application and federal regulation for up to a total of $127,800 of CDBG funds be approved. Sponsors: Jason Meekma A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0902 19 Subject: Communication from Mayor Mason requesting $1,202,984 for the 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Public Services, Economic Development, and Public Infrastructure funding. Recommendation of the Community Development Committee on 8 8 2019: That the request from Mayor Mason to allocate $1,202,984 in CDBG funds to organizations as indicated be approved. Further that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to enter into contracts with the organizations pursuant to the funding allocation and federal regulations. Sponsors: Cory Mason Alder Meekma requested that item 0902 19 be considered separately. A motion was made by Alder Meekma, seconded by Alder Jung that this communication be Approved. The motion PASSED in the following vote: AYES: 8 - Coe, Larrin, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Land, Taft and Meekma NOES: 3 - Weidner, Glenn and Perez EXCUSED: 4 - Jones, Tate II, Levie and Lemke 0903 19 Subject: Communication from Mayor Mason requesting the Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization (HALO) as lead applicant apply for $161,218 of the 2019 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). Recommendation of the Community Development Committee on 8 8 2019: That the request from Mayor Mason to allocate $161,218 in ESG funds to the organization as indicated be approved. Further, that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to enter into contracts with the organizations pursuant to the funding allocation and federal regulations. Sponsors: Cory Mason Alder Meekma requested that item 0903 19 be considered separately. A motion was made by Alder Meekma, seconded by Alder Shakoor II, that this Communication be Approved. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 10 - Larrin, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Glenn, Land, Perez, Taft and Meekma NOES: 1 - Coe EXCUSED: 4 - Jones, Tate II, Levie and Lemke Office of the Mayor Report, by Ald. Meekma 0956 19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason appointing: Brian O’Connell to the Board of Parks Recreation and Cultural Services as the School Board Member representative, for a term ending April 20, 2020 A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent Council Vote on Consent Agenda Items (Communications, Committee Reports, Resolutions) Council Action on Consent Agenda Items A motion was made by Alder Meekma, seconded by Alder Shakoor II, that this be Considered as Reported by the following vote AYES: 11 - Coe, Larrin, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Glenn, Land, Perez, Taft and Meekma EXCUSED: 4 - Jones, Tate II, Levie and Lemke Common Council Announcements Adjourn Alder Shakoor II made a motion to adjourn the meeting at 9:58 PM. The next scheduled meeting of the Council is Tuesday, September 3, 2019. ATTEST: TARA COOLIDGE CITY CLERK WNAXLP

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