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City of Hudson Common Council Meeting
CITY OF HUDSON COMMON COUNCIL AGENDA (7 p.m., Oct. 1, 2012)
I. Call to order and Pledge of Allegiance.
II. Clerk’s roll call.
III. Comments and suggestions from citizens present.
IV. Consent agenda items. (Items marked with “C”)
V. Consideration of previous meeting minutes. (Regular meeting minutes of 9/17/12) “C”
VI.Reports of Standing Committees:
A. PLAN COMMISSION
B. FINANCE COMMITTEE
1. Minutes of past meeting.
3. Applications for Operator’s Licenses.
4. Update to Procurement Policy re: use of proceeds from the disposal/sale of City property.
5. Request to fill 2nd floor Receptionist position.
C. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE (9/19/12)
1. Request of Public Works Dept. to utilize Capital Funds for equipment purchases/repairs and for the completion of Burton Park play equipment installation.
D. PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE
E. PARK BOARD
VII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
A. Update on Projects.
VIII. OLD BUSINESS
A. Review of four parking spaces in Williams Lot designated for emergency personnel.
IX. NEW BUSINESS
A. Application of Hudson Center, LLC to rezone former State visitor center site at 2221 Crest View Drive from PUB, Public or Quasi-public District to B-2, General Business District. (Refer to Plan Commission and set public hearing for 6:50 p.m. on Monday, November 12, 2012. “C”
X. CLOSED SESSION
XI. COMMUNICATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE MAYOR
XII. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICIALS, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS
A. Quarterly reports of the Police Chief and the 9/25/12 minutes of the Community Access Board, and 9/14 and 9/26/12 minutes of the St. Croix E.M.S. Commission. “C”
XIII. COMMUNICATIONS AND ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDAS
A. Any Alderperson
B. City Attorney
C. City Administrator
More About Hudson City Hall
Hudson City Hall is at the corner of Third Street and Walnut Street in Hudson's historic downtown district. The original City Hall building was built in 1927 and was was expanded in 1992. This building houses many of the city's offices, including the municipal court, mayor's office and city council chambers. The fire department is just across the street and the police department is on Vine Street. Hudson residents visit City Hall most often to pay their water utility bills or inquire about building permits.