Note that the agenda previously posted was incorrect - this is the correct agenda and there are some notes below the agenda:

7:00 PM
Monday – April 1, 2024
Pledge of Allegiance
1. Roll Call & Special Recognitions
a. Building Safety Month Proclamation
2. Approval of Minutes
3. Public Hearings
4. Public Comments
5. Unfinished Business
6. New Business
a. Resolution 2024-06 regarding 2025 Clean Sweep Hazardous Waste Program – discussion
and possible action.
b. Menomonie Public Library Foundation 2023 Annual Report – discussion (no action).
c. Proposed Agreement with Menomonie Area Aquatics Club, Inc. to use Wakanda Waterpark –
discussion and possible action.
d. Resolution 2024-10 regarding State Highway 25 Intersection with Wilson Street – discussion
and possible action.
e. Ordinance 2024-07 Amending Title 10, Chapter 11 to adjust the extent of the Legally Defined
Area – discussion, possible introduction, and possible referral to Plan Commission.
f. Consideration of Cedar Corporation Task Order for Wastewater Treatment Plant Tertiary
Filter Optimization Assistance – discussion and possible action.
g. Special Events Requests:
i. Praise in the Park (Menomonie Alliance Church)
ii. Popcorn in the Park (Menomonie Area Senior Center)
iii. Explore Menomonie’s Community Fireworks (Menomonie Area Chamber & Visitor
iv. The Valley’s Makers Market
v. Dunn County Fair
h. Appoint member to Library Board – Helen Hullberg.
i. Request from the Community Services Department to sell a 2000 Sterling Tandem Axle Plow
Truck – discussion and possible motion approving.
7. Budget Transfers
a. Recreation Department
8. Mayor’s Report
9. Communications and Miscellaneous Business

10. Claims
11. Licenses
a. Normal license list
12. Closed
a. Motion to convene in closed session under Wisconsin Statues 19.85(1)(c) and (e), for the
purpose of considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation
data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises
responsibility and for the purpose of deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public
properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business,
whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session.
i. Discuss/consider City Administrator one-year performance evaluation pursuant to City
Administrator Employment Agreement dated March 14, 2023.
ii. Discuss/consider proposed purchase and price for public land.
13. Return to Open Session
a. Motion to reconvene in open session under Wisconsin Statutes 19.85(2).
b. City may take action on items under discussion in closed session and/or report action taken in
closed session, if any.
i. Discuss/consider City Administrator one-year performance evaluation pursuant to City
Administrator Employment Agreement dated March 14, 2023.
ii. Discuss/consider proposed purchase and price for public land.
14. Adjourn

The resolution to approve a 2026 Clean Sweep event was approved unanimously.

An agreement to let the Menomonie Area Aquatics group to use the Wakanda Waterpark while the high school pool is closed was approved. 

Jolene Sterk gave a presentation of the library annual report. 

A change to the city ordinances was approved to expand the defined area where setbacks are not required, driven by the  fact that Burger King is planning to demolish their building and rebuild on the same site. 

There was a lengthy discussion about the requested changes to the city water filtering system and the possibility of funding Cedar Corporation to improve the  filtration system in the wastewater treatment facility. The cost is $22,750. 

All  of the special event requests were approved.

Helen Holmberg was approved as the new member of the Menomonie Public Library Board. 

The Community Services Department requested to be able to sell a plow truck by auction. 

At this point the live stream of the meeting ended and we cannot provide any more information on the rest of the meeting. 


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