Special Meeting Notice
Village of Rib Lake
655 Pearl Street
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
1. Call the meeting to order.
2. Roll Call
3. Confirmation of meeting posting/publication.
4. Public Hearing
a) Identification of total potential funds
b) Eligible CDBG activities
c) Presentation of identified community development needs
d) Identification of any community development needs by the public.
e) Presentation of activities proposed for CDBG application, including potential residential displacement.
f) Citizen input regarding proposed and other CDBG activities.
5. Adjourn Public Hearing
6. Consider and act on a contract with MSA to submit a CDBG application for the Village.
7. Consider and act on a resolution for the submission of a CDBG application.
8. Consider and act on a resolution authorizing to commit other funds.
9. Adjourn Special Meeting.
Clerk – Kristin Lueck
The meeting room is handicapped accessible.
Persons needing additional accommodations should contact Kristin Lueck, Village Clerk, at telephone number 715.427.5404 or email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted April 13, 2021
PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA
Please take notice that the Village Board of Trustees, Village of Rib Lake, Wisconsin, will meet in regular business session at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 14, 2021in the Community Meeting Room at 655 Pearl Street. The following agenda is announced:
• 6:30 p.m. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL.
• CONSIDER APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS. (March 10th, 2021)
● TREASURERS REPORT.
•POLICE CHIEF REPORT
•OLD BUSINESS CARRIED OVER. Possible action with respect to:
1. An MSA written update was presented.
• NEW BUSINESS. Possible action with respect to:
1. Consider Tannery Creek Parkway approval of application for 6 month Class B Beer License.
2. Consider waiving the noise ordinance for RLHS graduation on May 28th held on the football field.
3. Consider approval to give Clerk Kristin Lueck the 1 ½% cost of living increase.
4. Discussion of additional payment options for water and sewer bills.
5. Consideration of movement into closed session pursuant to Section 19.85(1)(c) considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility.
6. Roll call vote to go into closed session.
7. Reconvene to open session to possibly act on matters from closed session.
∙ PRESIDENT/TRUSTEE REPORTS. Possible action with respect to:
3. Park, Lake & Rec.
4. Dev. & Bldgs. & Grd.
5. Fire & Recycling
Kristin Lueck, Clerk