Details for RACINE CO BOARD PROCEEDINGS - Ad from 2022-09-22

RACINE COUNTY BOARD September 13, 2022 Thomas Roanhouse, County Board Chairman Wendy M. Christensen, County Clerk RACINE COUNTY BOARD September 13, 2022 The meeting of The Racine County Board of Supervisors was called to order at 6:41 with Chairman Roanhouse presiding. The following Supervisors were in attendance: Demske, Maldonado, Rutkowski, Kaprelian, Spencer, West, Malacara, Harmon, Hopkins, White, Miller, Trottier, Kramer, Wisch, Maier, Grove, Roanhouse, Chart and Wishau. Supervisors excused: Eckman and Hincz Present - 18 /Virtual- 0 / Excused - 2 / Absent – 1 Supervisor Chart 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. There were no Public Comments. Presentation by Scott Modell regarding collaborative safety. Resolutions 2022-39, 2022-40, 202241, 2022-42 and 2022-43 were given first reading. Supervisor Miller requested first reading of Resolution No. 2022-44. No objections were heard. The meeting was turned over to Vice Chairman Kramer for referral of communications: 1. Dog listing letters from Towns of Burlington, Dover, Norway, and Waterford, Villages of Caledonia, Raymond, Rochester, Sturtevant, Waterford, Wind Point, and Yorkville, and the City of Racine. Item No. 1 is RECEIVED AND FILED IN THE COUNTY CLERKS OFFICE 2. Public Hearing Notice regarding a proposed amendment to the 2035 Village Land Use Plan and the Multi-Jurisdictional Comprehensive Plan for Racine County: 2035 from the Village of Mt. Pleasant. 3. Notice of Pending Application for Proposed dredging and stream restoration in the Village of Union Grove from the Department of Natural Resources. Item Nos. 2-3 are REFERRED TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING COMMITTEE 4. Resolution 28-22 for Advisory Referendum Regarding Private Funding of Election Administration from Price County. 5. Resolution to Conduct Countywide Advisory Referendum on making the State of Wisconsin a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary State from Kenosha County. Item Nos. 4-5 are REFERRED TO GOVERNMENT SERVICES COMMITTEE 6. Letter regarding Reconditioning of CTH G from 51st St. to 43rd St. Racine County (LRIP Project Number 18278) from Wisconsin Department of Transportation. 7. Letter regarding Filing of Relocation Order and Plat from Dunkelow Rd to E Oakwood Rd for STH 38 Racine County (Project I.D. 2290-24-20) from Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Item Nos. 6-7 are REFFERED TO PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND FACILITIES COMMITTEE 8. Subpoena to produce documents regarding Civil Action No. 1:21-CV-00445 (CJN) US Dominion, Inc., et al., v. My Pillow, Inc., et al from the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. 9. Summons and Complaint (Case No. 22-CV-878) regarding Kayla RJ BeckKrifka et.al vs. Racine County Court from Kenosha County Circuit Court. 10. Notice of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case (Case No. 22-22549) regarding Endo International plc from the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. 11. Notice and Motion to Dismiss Confirmed Plan for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 16-32200-KMP) regarding Jeffrey Dean Sutton and Karen Sue Sutton from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 12. Order Granting the Trustee’s Motion to Modify the Confirmed Chapter 13 Plan and to Limit Notice for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 18-31315-KMP) regarding Warren John Calverley and Kristina Darlene Calverley from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 13. Order Modifying Confirmed Chapter 13 Plan (Case No. 19-21525-GMH) regarding Monica Ann Rogall from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 14. Notice and Motion to Dismiss Confirmed Chapter 13 Plan (Case No. 1927133-KMP) regarding Laura Ann Wyse from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 15. Notice and Motion to Dismiss Confirmed Chapter 13 Plan (Case No. 2020967-GMH) regarding Alesha Jeanine Smith from the United States Bankruptcy Plan. 16. Notice and Motion to Dismiss Confirmed Chapter 13 Plan (Case No. 20-25348-KMP) regarding James Glenn Martinsen from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 17. Notice and Motion to Dismiss Confirmed Chapter 13 Plan (Case No. 2120827-KMP) regarding McMurry NMI Wilson, Jr. and Tiffney Nicole Wilson from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 18. Order Modifying Confirmed Chapter 13 Plan (Case No. 21-25992GMH) regarding Jerome Arthur Seidl, Jr. and Pamela Lynn Seidl from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 19. Notice and Motion to Dismiss Unconfirmed Chapter 13 Plan (Case No. 22-20462-GMH) regarding Cherika Matties Showers from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 20. Order Confirming Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan (Case No. 22-20641GMH) regarding Fernandel Casserderold Cornelious from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 21. Notice and Motion to Dismiss Unconfirmed Chapter 13 Plan (Case No. 22-21594-KMP) regarding Shawn Matthew Kleinschmidt and Mary Katherine Kleinschmidt from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 22. Order Confirming Chapter 13 Plan (Case No. 22-21720-GMH) regarding Rick Lee Peterson from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 23. Order Continuing Automatic Stay for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 2223372) regarding Denise Gahart and Scott Gahart from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 24. Order Granting Debtors’ Motion for Continuation of Stay for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 22-23409-gmh) regarding Christopher Francis Graff and Nicole Lynn Graff from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 25. Notice of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 22-23677-gmh) regarding Hope Monique Wesley-Early from the United States Bankruptcy Court. 026. Notice of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (Case No. 22-23739-gmh) regarding Amy Mary Smith from the United States Bankruptcy Court. Item Nos. 8-26 are REFERRED TO FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE AND CORPORATION COUNSEL The County Executive presented Report No. 2022-28, Making an Appointment to the Burlington Public Library Board of Trustees (REFERRED TO GOVERNMENT SERVICES COMMITTEE) The Ordinance requested for SECOND READING BY MAJORITY vote was before the Board: RESOLUTION NO. 2022-36 RESOLUTION BY THE PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS AND FACILITIES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CONVEYANCE OF COUNTY-OWNED LAND BY UTILITY EASEMENT AND TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT TO THE CITY OF RACINE WATER UTILITY FOR WATER MAIN UTILITY FACILITIES ON RACINE COUNTY PROPERTY To the Honorable members of the Racine County Board of Supervisors: BE IT RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that Racine County is authorized to transfer certain county-owned lands to the City of Racine Public Utility for utility purposes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that Racine County is authorized to grant easements on certain county-owned lands to the City of Racine Utility for infrastructure purposes; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that the land easements and temporary construction easements are, as set forth in Exhibits “A” attached hereto; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors 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 transaction; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that additional terms and conditions may be applicable as the Corporation Counsel and the Director of the Public Works and Development Services Department deem necessary and appropriate; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Racine County Board of Supervisors that any two of the County Executive, the County Clerk and/or the County Board Chairman are authorized to execute any contracts, agreements, amendments, or other documents necessary to carry out the intent of this resolution. Respectfully submitted, PUBLIC WORKS, PARKS, AND FACILITIES COMMITTEE Tom Kramer, Chairman Robert Grove, Vice-Chairman Tom Hincz, Secretary Eric Hopkins Marlo Harmon Edward Chart Jessica Malacara ORDINANCE NO. 2022-37 ORDINANCE BY THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING COMMITTEE AMENDING CHAPTER 20 OF THE RACINE COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES RELATING TO ZONING AND OTHER SPECIFIC USES. To the Honorable Members of the Racine County Board of Supervisors: The Racine County Board of Supervisors do ordain as follows: Chapter 20 of the Racine County Code of Ordinances related to Zoning and other specific uses is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 20-1339(8) – Highway-oriented uses. (a)The following commercial uses shall be conditional uses and may be permitted as specified: (1) Drive-in theaters in the B-5 business district provided that a planting screen at least twenty-five (25) feet wide is created along any side abutting a residential district and no access is permitted to or within one thousand (1,000) feet of an arterial street. (2) Drive-in establishments serving food or beverages for consumption outside the structure in the B-3, B-5 and B-6 business districts. (3) Motels in the B-5 and B-6 business districts. (4) Funeral homes in the B-2 and B-5 business districts, provided all principal structures and uses are not less than twenty-five (25) feet from any lot line. (5) Drive-in banks in the B-2, B-3, B-4 and B-5 business districts. (6) Tourist homes in the B-5 and B-6 business districts provided such district is located on a state trunk or U.S. numbered highway. (7) Truck and bus terminals for the parking, repair, and servicing of vehicles, provided no transshipment or warehousing facilities are provided, in the B-5 highway business district. (8) Self-service storage facilities including incidental managers office/ quarters in the B-3 business district along county truck highways, state trunk highways and other similar major arterials, the B-5 business district and in the M-2 and M-3 industrial districts. The maximum lot coverage by structures for a selfservice storage facility shall not exceed fifty (50) percent, and such facility shall not exceed fifteen (15) feet in height and shall meet the setbacks for the district in which it is located. Note: A greater height for self-storage structure(s) may be allowed if approved as part of a conditional use permit or site plan review when needed as an integral part of the plan of operations. (9) Vehicle sales, service, washing and repair stations, garages, taxi stands and public parking lots, in all business districts provided all gas pumps are not less than thirty (30) feet from any side or rear lot line and twenty-five (25) feet from any existing or proposed street line. (b)Any development within five hundred (500) feet of an existing or mapped right-of-way of a freeway or expressway and within one thousand five hundred (1,500) feet of their existing or mapped centerline of interchange with any other road shall be deemed to be a conditional use. Any development within fifty (50) feet of any existing or mapped state trunk highway or county trunk highway and within one hundred fifty (150) feet of an existing or mapped centerline of intersection with any other road shall be deemed to be a conditional use. (Code 1975, § 7.047; Ord. No. 86-86, § 7.047, 8-26-86; Ord. No. 87-144, 11-10-87; Ord. No. 88-160, § 7.047, 1-10-89) Respectfully submitted, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING COMMITTEE Tom Hincz, Chairman Robert D. Grove, Vice Chairman Tom Kramer, Secretary Jason Eckman Taylor Wishau Olga White Tom Rutkowski Supervisor Kramer moved for adoption. Seconded and carried by voice vote. Supervisor White was excused from the meeting at 7:25p.m. The Resolution requested for SECOND READING BY 2/3 MAJORITY vote was before the Board: RESOLUTION NO. 2022-38 RESOLUTION BY THE FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE CREATION OF A REVENUE TRANSFER WITHIN THE HUMAN SERVICES 2022 BUDGET FOR DONATIONS RECEIVED FOR TRENT MCREYNOLDS SCHOLARSHIP See Resolution No. 2022-38 in the legal notices of today’s paper. Supervisor Miller moved for adoption. Seconded. A roll call vote was taken with the following result: 18 Votes, 18 Ayes, 0 Noes. Supervisors Eckman, Hincz and White were absent. Supervisor Grove moved to adjourn at 7:30 p.m. Seconded and carried by voice vote. Prepared by Racine County Clerk’s Office Wendy M. Christensen, County Clerk WNAXLP