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RACINE COUNTY BOARD OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Russell A. Clark, Chairman Wendy M. Christensen, County Clerk RACINE COUNTY BOARD EVENING SESSION May 14, 2019 The meeting of The Racine County Board of Supervisors was called to order at 6:33 p.m. with Chairman Clark presiding. All Supervisors were present. Supervisor Kaprelian-Becker led the opening prayer. All those who were present stood for the Pledge of the Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America. The following citizens spoke during the Public Comments Period regarding the Hwy. KR Expansion: 1. Jim Germain 2. Germaine Jones 3. Leslie Maj There were no Resolutions on the agenda for first reading. Supervisor Miller requested first reading for Resolution Nos. 2019-12 and 2019-13. No objections were heard. The meeting was turned over to Vice Chairman Cooke for referral of Communications: 1. Copy of Notice of Section 106 filing for proposed construction of a new telecommunications self-support tower and compound at 4728 Honey Creek Road, East Troy, Wisconsin (EBI Project #6119001081) from Federal Communications Commission. Item No. 1 is REFERRED TO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2. Copy of Year 2019 Amendment to the Comprehensive Development Plan for Waukesha County (6-Waukesha County Park and Planning Commission/Revisions to Chapter 9 relating to mailing requirements for Plan Amendment Public Hearing Notices) from Waukesha County. Item No. 2 is REFERRED TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING COMMITTEE 3. Copy of Summons and Complaint (Case No. 2019-CV-001093) regarding Wells Fargo Bank, NA vs. Brian D. Nielsen, Jane Doe Nielsen, Discover Bank and Racine County Clerk of Circuit Court from Ian J. Thomson. 4. Copy of Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case – No Proof of Claim Deadline (Case No. 19-24364bhl) regarding Camairee Lashay Simpson from United States Bankruptcy Court. 5. Copy of Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case – No Proof of Claim Deadline (Case No. 19-24459kmp) regarding Tenisha Tena Tyce from United States Bankruptcy Court. 6. Copy of Notice of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-24462-bhl) regarding Justin Mark Kumorkiewicz from United States Bankruptcy Court. 7. Copy of Notice of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-24498beh) regarding Ramon R. Anchondo and Sara W. Anchondo from United States Bankruptcy Court. 8. Copy of Notice of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-24518gmh) regarding Ramona Lynn Vela from United States Bankruptcy Court. 9. Copy of Notice and Motion to Dismiss – Unconfirmed Plan for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-20670-beh) regarding Tracy Lynn Serra from United States Bankruptcy Court. 10. Copy of Notice and Motion to Dismiss – Unconfirmed Plan for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 19-21236-kmp) regarding Antonio Joseph Alvarado and Elizabeth Lillian Alvarado from United States Bankruptcy Court. Item Nos. 3-10 are REFERRED TO FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE AND CORPORATION COUNSEL The County Executive presented: REPORT NO. 2019-7 REPORT BY THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE MAKING AN APPOINTMENT TO THE RACINE PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES To the Honorable Members of the Racine County Board of Supervisors: A member on the Racine Public Library Board of Trustees has resigned. To fill this vacancy, I hereby appoint, for a term to expire on April 30, 2022: NATHANIEL COFFMAN 1811 Dartmoor Drive Mt. Pleasant, WI 53406 Mr. Coffman holds a M.N.A. degree from The University of Notre Dame. He is the Head of School and President of The Prairie School, one of the largest not-for-profit schools in Racine County. Nathaniel currently serves as a Board Member on the Wisconsin Counsel of Religious and Independent Schools (WCRIS) and is Co-President of Wisconsin Association of Independent Schools (WAIS). Nathaniel is an avid reader, traveler and fitness enthusiast. He believes that the library builds community by bringing people together in one place – adding that there is a strong connection between his work at The Prairie School in education and the work of libraries. I ask that you confirm this appointment. Sincerely, Jonathan Delagrave County Executive Supervisor Bernberg moved for confirmation. Seconded and carried by voice vote. The Resolutions requested for SECOND READING by MAJORITY vote were before the Board: Chairman Clark requested separate consideration of Resolution No. 2018-137 and would like Resolution No. 2019-9 voted on first. No objections were heard. RESOLUTION NO. 2019-9 RESOLUTION BY THE FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE APPOINTMENT OF COUNTY REPRESENTATIVES FOR BUSHNELL FUNDS AT BMO HARRIS BANK To the Honorable Members of the Racine County Board of Supervisors: BE IT RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that the appointment of County Representatives for Bushnell funds is hereby authorized and approved. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that any two of the County Clerk, the County Executive and/or the County Board Chairman are authorized to execute any contracts, agreements or other documents necessary to carry out the intent of this resolution. Respectfully Submitted, FINANCE & HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE Robert N. Miller, Chairman Brett A. Nielsen, Vice-Chairman Janet Bernberg Mike Dawson Thomas Pringle Supervisor Shakoor, II moved for adoption. Seconded and carried by voice vote. County Executive Delagrave and Corporation Counsel Lanzdorf spoke briefly about the Hwy. KR project. A presentation was given by Civil Engineer Alexander Valley from Public Works. Supervisor Miller requested a roll call vote for Resolution No. 2018-137. No objections were heard. Supervisor Miller also advised the Board that the members of the Finance Committee need to approve the Fiscal Note for Resolution No. 2018137. Supervisor Bernberg moved for approval. Seconded and carried by voice vote. RESOLUTION NO. 2018-137 JOINT RESOLUTION BY THE PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND FACILITIES AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING RELOCATION AND ACQUISITION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR A HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR CTH KR To the Honorable members of the Racine County Board of Supervisors: WHEREAS, the function of Racine County (“County”) is to promote the health, safety and general welfare of County residents; and WHEREAS, the Racine County Board has approved upgrading and expanding a portion of CTH KR, which is in need of improvement for future usage; and WHEREAS, County needs to acquire certain property for the upgraded and expanded portion of CTH KR; and WHEREAS, County, by this Resolution, is adopting a Relocation Order, which shows all the interests in land necessary for the improvement of a portion of CTH KR; and WHEREAS, Wis. Stat. Ch. 32 sets forth jurisdictional requirements and protections for landowners that will be put in place by adoption of this Resolution and that County, as the acquiring authority, must obey regardless of whether it exercises its eminent domain power to acquire property involuntarily. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that County hereby makes the following findings and orders, pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 32.05(1): 1. That it is a public purpose to accomplish the upgrading and expansion of a portion of CTH KR which will improve its safety and functionality. 2. That it is necessary and a public purpose to acquire the property interests in accordance with the relocation order attached as Exhibit A and the Plat attached as Exhibit B, in order to accomplish the improvement of a portion of CTH KR. A copy of the relocation order and plat shall be filed with the County Clerk within twenty (20) days after issue. 3. That the required property interests shall be acquired in the name of Racine County and, upon acquisition, shall be used for the improvement of CTH KR. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the County Board that Corporation Counsel is authorized to prepare or review any agreement or other document, with the necessary and appropriate terms and conditions to facilitate this improvement BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the County Board that any two of the County Executive, the County Clerk and/or the County Board Chairman are authorized to execute any contracts, agreements or other documents necessary to carry out the intent of this resolution. Respectfully Submitted, PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND FACILITIES COMMITTEE Robert D. Grove, Chairman Tom Hincz, Vice-Chairman Monte G. Osterman, Secretary Mike Dawson Nick Demske Tom Kramer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Russell A. Clark, Chairman David J. Cooke, Vice-Chairman Robert Miller, Secretary Robert Grove Scott Maier Janet Bernberg Q.A. Shakoor, II Katherine Buske Thomas Roanhouse Supervisor Shakoor, II moved for adoption. Seconded. A roll call vote was taken with the following result: 21 Votes, 19 Ayes, 2 Noes. No Supervisors were absent. RESOLUTION NO. 2018-137 COUNTY BOARD ROLL CALL DISTRICT NO. & SUPERVISORS 1 DEMSKE AYES 2 MALDONADO NOES AYES 3 OSTERMAN 4 KAPRELIAN-BECKER NOES 5 COOKE AYES 6 SHAKOOR, II AYES 7 CLARK AYES 8 NIELSEN AYES 9 HILLERY AYES 10 BERNBERG AYES 11 MILLER AYES 12 TROTTIER AYES 13 KRAMER AYES 14 BUSKE AYES 15 WISCH AYES 16 MAIER AYES 17 GROVE AYES 18 ROANHOUSE AYES 19 HINCz AYES 20 PRINGLE AYES 21 DAWSON AYES The Resolution requested for SECOND READING by 2/3 MAJORITY vote was before the Board: RESOLUTION NO. 2019-10 RESOLUTION BY THE FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF A STATE OF WISCONSIN BUREAU OF TRANSPORTATION SAFETY – SPEED ENFORCEMENT GRANT IN THE AMOUNT OF $50,000.00, TRANSFER OF $50,000.00 WITHIN THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE – GRANT 2019 BUDGET, AND TRANSFER OF $6,000.00 FROM THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE 2019 BUDGET TO THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE – GRANT 2019 BUDGET See Resolution No. 2019-10 in the Legal Notices in today’s paper. Supervisor Shakoor, II moved for adoption. Seconded. A roll call vote was taken with the following result: 21 Votes, 21 Ayes, 0 Noes. No Supervisors were absent. Supervisor Shakoor, II moved to adjourn at 7:45 p.m. Seconded and carried by voice vote. PREPARED BY RACINE COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE WENDY M. CHRISTENSEN, COUNTY CLERK WNAXLP

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