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COMMON COUNCIL OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Cory Mason, Mayor Tara Coolidge, City Clerk City Council Chamber Racine, Wisconsin Tuesday, July 16, 2019 7:00 PM Call To Order PRESENT: 14 - Coe, Jones, Tate II, Larrin, Levie, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Glenn, Land, Perez, Meekma and Lemke EXCUSED: 1 - Taft 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) June 18, 2019 A motion was made by Alder Meekma, seconded by Alder Shakoor II, to Approve the Minutes. The motion PASSED by the following votes: AYES: 14 - Coe, Jones, Tate II, Larrin, Levie, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Glenn, Land, Perez, Meekma and Lemke EXCUSED: 1 - Taft Public Comments Alder Weidner made a motion to extend public comment until the list is exhausted, seconded by Alder Meekma The following people appeared to speak before the Common Council: A. Kuchenberg, Diana Kanecki, Brandon Campbell, Alice Sand, Bonnie Eck, Jason Williams, Ingrid Jeauson, Carl Hubbard, Tamerine Hayward, Don Francis, Thom Peterson, Jim Yoghourtjian, A.B. Harron, Brian Crane, Damon Hassell, Betty Brenneman, Ron Ferg, Michael Keleman, Jody Spencer, Nick Demske, Nikki Michele, Kathleen Enstrom, Saundra Felton-Stanley, Jacob Gilbert, Marybeth Zunike, Mary Pirello, Jenny Marx, Kevin Liesner, Sharm-Mullen, Annette Harpole, Patrick Faulk, Barb Farra, Dr. Heather Mechank, Christine Welda, Kerry Miller, Carla Miller, Jim Yoghourtjian, Randy Larsen, Kevin Johnson, Virginia Hockstra, Annette Jurkiewicz, Tim Ulrich, A. Janet Weyker, Esther Roberts, Anne Franczek, Steven Nelson, Thomas Rivers, Laura Instones, Mark Kinziger, and Ryne Lowe. Committee Reports Finance and Personnel Committee Report, by Ald. Shakoor II 0744-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Shakoor II. on behalf of the City Attorney requesting to be authorized to represent an employee in the case of Masharaya Bostick et al v. City of Racine et al, Racine County Circuit Court Case No. 19CV1214. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: That the City Attorney’s Office be authorized to represent an employee in the case of Masharaya Bostick et al v. City of Racine et al, Racine County Circuit Court Case No. 19CV1214. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0745-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Lemke requesting permission to accept Grant funds from the USDA, Forest Service in the amount of $144,758. The funds will be used to enhance tree canopy and native plant communities at North Beach, remove invasive species, and conduct monitoring and site maintenance activities at both North Beach and Samuel Myers Park. This program requires an in-kind match of 20%. The Grant period is April 30, 2019 - May 1, 2021 (Grant Control number 00222). Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: That permission be granted to accept Grant funds from the USDA, Forest Service in the amount of $144,758 A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0756-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Lemke requesting permission to enter into a contract agreement with, and accept funding in the amount of $28,500 from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. The purpose of the contract is to implement the 2019 Wisconsin Beach Monitoring Program in Racine, Kenosha, and Southern Milwaukee Counties (Grant Control number 00245). Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: That permission be granted to enter into a contract agreement with, and accept funding in the amount of $28,500 from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0790-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Shakoor II. on behalf of the Purchasing Agent submitting bid results for Official Notice #9, Horlick Concrete Curb. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: That the contract for Official Notice#9-2019, Concrete Curb Installation-Horlick Athletic Field Baseball Diamond, be awarded to Tiger Restoration Tuck-Pointing, LLC. at their bid price of $40,368.90; they being the lowest responsive, responsible bidder. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0791-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Shakoor II. on behalf of the Purchasing Agent submitting bid results for Official Notice #11, Horlick Fence Removal and Replacement. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: That the contract for Official Notice#11-2019, Fence Removal and Replacement-Horlick Athletic Field Baseball Diamond, be awarded to Statewide Fencing at their bid price of $29,895.00; they being the lowest responsive, responsible bidder. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0793-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Shakoor II. on behalf of the Purchasing Agent submitting bid results for Official Notice #13, Community Center Janitorial Services. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: That the contract for Official Notice #13-2019, Community Center Janitorial Services, be awarded to Kristiansen Enterprises, Inc. (Cleanco) at their bid price of $123,361.68; they being the lowest responsible bidder. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0801-19 Subject: Communication from Mayor Mason and Alder Shakoor II. on behalf of the Police Chief requesting a transfer of funds for counseling services. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: That $40,000 be transfered from account 13101-50100, Police Salaries, to accountPolice Professional Services, to fund PEER Support Services for the remainder of 2019. Further recommend that funding for these services in 2020 be addressed in the standard budgeting process Alder Shakoor II requested 0801-19 be considered separately. A motion was made by Alder Shakoor II, seconded by Alder Jung, that this Communication be Approved. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 14 - Coe, Jones, Tate II, Larrin, Levie, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Glenn, Land, Perez, Meekma and Lemke ABSENT: 1 - Taft Ord.0019-19 Ordinance 0019-19 - Ch. 66 Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Change Efforts Recommendation of the Finance and Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: That Ordinance 0019-19 to create Code of the City of Racine, Wisconsin be approved as amended, with the word “minority” deleted. Sponsors: Mary Land, Cory Mason, Trevor Jung, Tracey Larrin and Natalia Taft Alder Shakoor II requested Ord. 0019-19 be considered separately. Attorney Letteney made note of the corrections in typo error in the Ordinance. In Part 1, it will state Article XXXI in the first line as well as the third line. Sec. 66-1001. Definitions, will be corrected to Sec. 66-1101. - Definitions. Sec. 661002. - Prohibition, will be corrected to Sec. 66-1102. - Prohibition. Sec. 66-1003. - Penalty, will be corrected to Sec. 66-1103. - Penalty. Alder Glenn was excused from the meeting after item Ord.0019-19. A motion was made by Alder Land, seconded by Alder Jung, that this Ordinance be Approved. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 11 - Coe, Jones, Tate II, Larrin, Levie, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Land, Meekma and Lemke NOES: 3 - Weidner, Glenn and Perez ABSENT: 1 - Taft Public Works and Services Committee Report, by Ald. Tate II 0716-19 Subject: Communication endorsed by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Public Works, to submit Final Payments. Contract 20180126, Lockwood Park Service Fence, Century Security Fence Company, contractor. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That the work done by Century Security Fence Company, under Contract 20180126, Lockwood Park Service Fence, be accepted and final payment authorized for a total contract amount of $31,302.00. Final Payment to include retainage. Contract 20180090, Park Service Center Tuckpointing, Advanced Restoration, Inc., contractor. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That the work done by Advanced Restoration, Inc., under Contract 20180090, Park Service Center Tuckpointing, be accepted and final payment authorized for a total contract amount of $52,260.00. Final Payment to include retainage. Fiscal Note: Contract was authorized under Resolution 0284-18, dated September 18, 2018. Contract 20170015, PS-2017 Sewer Asset Management Services, AECOM, consultant. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That the work done by AECOM, under Contract 20170015, PS-2017 Sewer Asset Management Services, be accepted and final payment authorized for a total contract amount of $70,698.22. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0723-19 Subject: Communication endorsed by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of the Assistant Commissioner of Public Works/City Engineer, requesting approval of the Transportation Project Plat and acquisition of property for State Project ID: 2260-08-20, Durand Avenue (STH 11) - Kearney Avenue to Sheridan Road (STH 32). Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That approval be granted for the Transportation Plat and acquisition of property for State Project ID: 2260-08-20, Durand Avenue (STH 11) Kearney Avenue to Sheridan Road (STH 32). A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0725-19 Subject: Communication endorsed by Alder Tate II, on behalf of the Public Works and Services Committee, submitting the final resolution for the following: Portland Cement Concrete Paving Library Drive - Cul-De-Sac to Sixth Street Alley - High Street to St Patrick Street; Summit Avenue to Carlisle Avenue Alley - Lathrop Avenue to Monroe Avenue; Washington Avenue to Thirteenth Street Alley - (East N/S) Romayne Avenue to Layard Avenue; Geneva Street to LaSalle Street Alley - (E/W) Romayne Avenue to Layard Avenue; Geneva Street to LaSalle Street Alley - (West N/S) Romayne Avenue to Layard Avenue; Geneva Street to LaSalle Street Howland Avenue - Roe Avenue to W. Sixth Street Lake Avenue - Twelfth Street to Eleventh Street Bituminous Concrete Paving Library Drive - Cul-De-Sac to Sixth Street Howland Avenue - Roe Avenue to W. Sixth Street Lake Avenue - Twelfth Street to Eleventh Street Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 06-11-19: To refer the final resolution back to the Public Works and Services Committee for final review. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That Resolution 0725-19, created June 18, 2019, be amended to delete: Portland Cement Concrete Paving Alley - Lathrop Avenue to Monroe Avenue; Washington Avenue to Thirteenth Street Alley - (East N/S) Romayne Avenue to Layard Avenue; Geneva Street to LaSalle Street Alley - (E/W) Romayne Avenue to Layard Avenue; Geneva Street to LaSalle Street Alley - (West N/S) Romayne Avenue to Layard Avenue; Geneva Street to LaSalle Street Howland Avenue - Roe Avenue to W. Sixth Street Bituminous Concrete Paving Library Drive - Cul-De-Sac to Sixth Street Howland Avenue - Roe Avenue to W. Sixth Street Lake Avenue - Twelfth Street to Eleventh Street And, as amended, Resolution 0725-19, created June 18, 2019, be adopted. 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 0728-19 Subject: Communication endorsed by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Public Works, submitting bid results for Contract 20190065, Graceland Cemetery Asphalt. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That bids for Contract 20190065, Graceland Cemetery Asphalt, be awarded to Asphalt Contractors, Inc., at its bid price of $101,960.25, plus Alt. 1 bid of $34,650.00, for a total bid amount of $136,610.25, it being the lowest responsible bidder. Further recommends that funds to defray the cost of this Parks Department project be appropriated from, Parks-Land Improvements. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0729-19 Subject: Communication endorsed by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Public Works, submitting bid results for Contract 20190004, Lake View Park Green Alley Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That bids for Contract 20190004, Lake View Park Green Alley, be awarded to LaLonde Contractors, Inc., at its bid price of $164,212.10, it being the lowest responsible bidder. Further recommends that funds to defray the cost of this Public Works Department project be appropriated from the below Org-Objects: $ 40,000.00 - DNR Urban Nonpoint Source & Storm Water Constr Grant $ 50,316.62 - Storm Sewers $ 1,576.00 - Sanitary Sewers $ 6,750.00 - DPW-Traffic Control $ 65,569.48 - Parks-Land Improvement $164,212.10 - Total A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0740-19 Subject: Communication endorsed by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Paul Maheras, requesting permission to place a sign over City right-of-way at 220 Sixth Street. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That the property owner at 220 Sixth Street is granted permission to install a stationary projecting sign, as requested, with the stipulation that a hold harmless agreement be executed and a $150.00 processing fee paid, in accordance with State Statute 66.0425, Privileges in Streets. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0741-19 Subject: Communication endorsed by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of The Nash Bar & Restaurant and Porcaro Indian Motorcycle of Racine, requesting permission to close Park Avenue, from Water Street to Sixth Street, on August 2, 2019, from 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., and on August 3, 2019, from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., for the 2nd Annual Motorcycle Rally, “2019 Legends Rally”, to benefit Veterans Outreach Wisconsin. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That Porcaro Classic Motors, Inc., be granted permission to close Park Avenue from Water Street to Sixth Street, on August 2, 2019, from 2:00 P.M. to 11:00 p.m., and on August 3, 2019, from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., for the 2nd Annual Motorcycle Rally, “2019 Legends Rally”, to benefit Veterans Outreach Wisconsin, per the attached stipulations. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0746-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Land and Alder Meekma requesting a resolution supporting the “Zero Waste Initiative” And Committing to Responsible and Sustainable Solid Waste Management Planning and Practices. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-0919: Approve a resolution supporting the “Zero Waste Initiative” And Committing to Responsible and Sustainable Solid Waste Management Planning and Practices, with amending Line #9 of the resolution to read: WHEREAS, with the shared understanding that local government, inspired by community involvement, is ultimately responsible for leading by example and establishing policies and criteria needed to eliminate waste, so that residents, manufacturers, and businesses produce and sell materials that can be safely reused, recycled or composted; and, Alder Tate requested 0746-19 be considered separately. Alder Jung, Alder Coe, Alder Jones, Alder Tate II, Alder Levie, Alder Weidner, Alder Horton, Alder Shakoor II, Alder Meeka, and Alder Lemke asked to be placed as Co-Sponsors for item 0746-19. A motion was made by Alder Tate II, seconded by Alder Land, that this Communication be Approved. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 14 - Coe, Jones, Tate II, Larrin, Levie, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Land, Perez, Meekma, Lemke and Mason EXCUSED: 2 - Glenn and Taft 0753-19 Subject: Communication endorsed by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of the Assistant Commissioner of Public Works/City Engineer, submitting Amendment No. 1 to Contract 20190007 - PS-2019 Storm Water Utility Support Services, AECOM, consultant. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That Amendment No. 1 to Contract 20190007, PS - 2019 Storm Water Utility Support Services, AECOM, consultant, as submitted, be approved. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0778-19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of RAMAC, submitting the request to close 5th Street between Wisconsin Avenue and College Avenue, for a member summer block party on August 15, 2019 (rain date of August 22, 2019), from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That permission be granted to RAMAC to close 5th Street between Wisconsin Avenue and College Avenue, from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., on August 15, 2019, (rain date August 22, 2019) for a member summer block party, per the attached stipulations. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0788-19 Subject: Communication endorsed by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Public Works, submitting Change Order No. 1 to Contract 20190027, 2019 Concrete Reconstruct (RW), A.W. Oakes & Son, Inc., contractor. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That Change Order No. 1 on Contract 20190027, 2019 Concrete Reconstruct (RW), A.W. Oakes & Son, Inc., contractor, be approved in the deduct amount of ($128,850.00). Further recommends that OrgObject, Sanitary Sewers, be adjusted by ($128,850.00). A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0795-19 Subject: Communication from Mayor Mason requesting approval to apply for the Great Lakes Emerging Champions Mini-Grant Program Request for Proposals, Green Infrastructure Champions (Grant Control 00255). Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 07-09-19: That approval be granted to apply for the Great Lakes Emerging Champions Mini-Grant Program Request for Proposals, Green Infrastructure Champions (Grant Control 00255). A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent Public Safety and Licensing Committee Report, by Ald. Coe 0760-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Coe application for a Class “A” Fermented Malt Beverage Fine Fare Food INC, DBA: Fine Fare Food, located at 1819 Durand Ave, Harinder Kaur, Agent. (10th District). Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 07-09-19: That an application for a Class “A” Fermented Malt Beverage Fine FAre Food INC, be approved. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0767-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Coe submitting an application for a Sidewalk Cafe w/ Alcohol for DAAA, Corp. DBA The Egg Plant Cafe & Catering, located at 240 B Main Street, Aaron Morris, Agent. (1st District) Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 07-09-19: That an application for a Sidewalk Cafe w/ Alcohol for DAAA, Corp. DBA The Egg Plant Cafe & Catering be approved. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0776-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Coe submitting an application for a Class “B” Retail Fermented Malt Beverage License for Smok’d on the Lake, LLC DBA Smok’d on the Water, located at 3 Fifth Street, Caleb Robinson, Agent. (1st District) Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 07-09-19: That an application for a Class “B” Retail Fermented Mail Beverage License for Smok’d on the Lake, LLC DBA Smok’d on the Water be approved. Alder Coe requested 0766-19 be considered separately. A motion was made by Alder Coe, seconded by Alder Jung, that this Communication be Approved. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 13 - Coe, Jones, Tate II, Larrin, Levie, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Land, Perez, Meekma and Lemke EXCUSED: 2 - Glenn and Taft 0782-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Coe on behalf of Chief Howell is requesting approval of the attached Agreement between RPD and Racine Christian School. Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 07-09-19: That the attached agreement between RPD and Racine Christian School be approved. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent Ord.0017-19 Ordinance 0017- 19 - Ch. 22 Licensing of Hotels and Motels Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 07-09-19: The the Ordinance 0017-19 - Ch. 22 Licensing of Hotels and Motels 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. Meekma 0763-19 Subject: (Direct Referral) Request by Tara Campbell of Faith Builders of Deliverance Holiness Church seeking a conditional use permit to operate a religious institution at 1913 Taylor Avenue (PC-19). Recommendation of the City Plan Commission on 06-26-19: That based on the required findings of fact, the request by Tara Campbell of Faith Builders of Deliverance Holiness Church seeking a conditional use permit to operate a religious institution at 1913 Taylor Avenue be approved, subject to conditions A. - J as attached. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent Office of the Mayor Report, by Alder Meekma 0835-19 Subject: (Direct Referral) Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason requesting funds for emergency storm clean up. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent Executive Committee Report, by Ald. Meekma 0743-19 Subject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason requesting the City Attorney meet with the Executive Committee pursuant to Wisconsin Statute section 19.85(1)(g) concerning a litigation in which the City is currently involved, specifically Endel Williams v City of Racine, US District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin, Case No. 18 CV 1232JPS. Staff Recommendation to the Executive Committee on 07-16-2019: Approve the negotiated settlement agreement Staff Recommendation to the Waterworks Commission on 07-16-2019: Approve the negotiated settlement agreement Alder Meekma requested 0743-19 be considered separately. A motion was made by Alder Meekma, seconded by Alder Jung, that this Communication be Approved. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 11 - Jones, Tate II, Larrin, Levie, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Land, Perez, Meekma and Lemke NOES: 2 - Coe and Weidner EXCUSED: 2 - Glenn and Taft Water Works Committee Report, by Ald. Tate II 0699-19 Subject: Communication from Mayor Mason requesting a Public Fire Protection Resolution for Cost Recovery Charge. Recommendation of the Waterworks Commission on 6-25-19: Approve Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: To approve a Public Fire Protection Resolution moving the Cost Recovery Charge from City of Racine property tax bills to the City of Racine water bills. Alder Tate requested 0699-19 be considered separately. A motion was made by Alder Tate II, seconded by Alder Meekma, that this Communication be Approved. The motion PASSED by the following vote: AYES: 11 Coe, Jones, Tate II, Larrin, Levie, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Land, Meekma and Lemke NOES: 2 - Weidner and Perez EXCUSED: 2 - Glenn and Taft 0706-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Taft submitting Amendment No. 2 to the Caledonia Wholesale Water Agreement. Recommendation of the Waterworks Commission on 6-25-19: Approve Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: That Amendent No. 2 to the Caledonia Wholesale Water Agreement be approved. A motion was made that this Communication be Approved as Presented. The motion was APPROVED on a Voice Vote in Consent 0738-19 Subject: Communication from Alder Taft submitting Amendment No. 1 to Developer’s Agreement for Ashley Enterprise, LLC for Enterprise Business Park 4, LLC. in the Village of Sturtevant. Recommendation of the Waterworks Commission on 6-25-19: Approve Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on July 8, 2019: That Amendment No. 1 to Developer’s Agreement for Ashley Enterprise, LLC for Enterprise Business Park 4, LLC. in the Village of Sturtevant be approved. 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 Jung, that this be Considered as Reported Adopted by the following vote: AYES: 14 - Coe, Jones, Tate II, Larrin, Levie, Weidner, Horton, Shakoor II, Jung, Glenn, Land, Perez, Meekma and Lemke ABSENT: 1 - Taft Common Council Announcements Adjourn Alder Shakoor II made a motion to adjourn the meeting at 11:40 PM. The next scheduled meeting of the Council is August 07, 2019. ATTEST: TARA COOLIDGE CITY CLERK WNAXLP

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