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AGENDA
City of Milton
Common Council Meeting
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
6:00 PM
MILTON CITY HALL
Council Chambers, 710 S. Janesville Street


1.

Call to Order and Confirmation of Appropriate Meeting Notice.

2.

Approval of Agenda

3.

Pledge of Allegiance

4.

Public comments regarding items which can be affected by Council Action

Presenters must sign in with the City Clerk in order to speak.
5.

Approval of the Consent Agenda

a.

Action Regarding October 2019 Municipal Court Report

b.

Approval of Common Council Meeting Minutes - November 5, 2019 and November 13, 2019

6.

Discussion and Possible Action on the Ratification of the City of Milton Police Union Contract for December 31, 2019 through December 31, 2022.

7.

Discussion and Possible Action for Continuation of Legal Services with Consigny Law Firm as the City’s Attorney (2020-2022).

9.

Discussion and Possible Action on a Façade Grant for ARAK Properties (Milton Area Youth Center) Located at 237 and 303 Vernal Avenue.

10.

Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Ordinance #473 – Removing the Through Truck Route Designation Along North John Paul Road.

11.

Discussion and Possible Action Regarding Resolution 2019-24 Accepting the Dedication of Public Improvements for Red Hawk Farms – First Addition.

13.

General Items

a.

Committee Reports

b.

Staff Reports

c.

Team Building Exercise.

14.

Next Meeting ~ December 3, 2019

15.

Motion to Adjourn

**Please note that upon reasonable notice, at least 48 hours in advance, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs to disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services.  For additional information to request this service, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 868-6900, 710 S. Janesville Street, Milton, WI  53563.

Posted by Leanne Schroeder November 15, 2019 at Dave's Ace Hardware, Piggly Wiggly, Milton City Hall.

Common Council Mission Statement: With integrity and involved citizens, the City of Milton Common Council will strive to preserve a high quality of life, meet the public's needs with cost effective services, and foster a community in which people are proud to live.