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Meeting Name: Common Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/5/2019 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Room 205
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Ord.0019-18 A Ordinance 0019-18OrdinanceOrdinance 0019-18 Ordinance adopting an amendment to a document titled “A Comprehensive Plan for the City of Racine: 2035” (Comp Plan 2035) to incorporate the document titled “Racine Heritage Preservation Plan, Final Draft October, 23, 2018” (Heritage Plan). The Common Council of the City of Racine do ordain as attached: Fiscal Note: N/A   Action details Video Video
0080-19 A $200.00 donation from Tex Reynold's Toys for TotsCommunicationSubject: Communication from the City Attorney requesting permission to accept a $200.00 donation from Tex Reynold's Toys for Tots. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: That permission be granted to accept a $200.00 donation from Tex Reynold's Toys for Tots. Fiscal Note: N/AReferred  Action details Video Video
0111-19 B Subject: Purchasing Agent wishing to discuss the bid results for Official Notice #1-2019 - request for proposals for Green Infrastructure Design.CommunicationSubject: Purchasing Agent wishing to discuss the bid results for Official Notice #1-2019 - Request for Proposals for Green Infrastructure Design. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: That the Purchasing Agent be authorized to negotiate and contract with AECOM for the provision of Green Infrastructire Design for Priority Locations. Fiscal Note: Funds for this service are available in 20201 52200 through grant funding provided by the Fund for Lake Michigan. The cost for this service is approximately $54,820.Referred  Action details Video Video
0117-19 A Communication from the Mayor regarding the wage schedule for part-time employees.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Mayor regarding the wage schedule for part-time employees. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: To approve the 2019 part-time schedule as presented. Fiscal Note: The citywide additional cost of adopting the proposed part-time wage schedule matrix is estimated at $198,000. While the majority of City Departments and Programs will be able to absorb or adjust for the additional cost, General Fund Departments will require an additional appropriation of $118,000 from the Wage Provision Account.Referred  Action details Video Video
0112-19 A Communication from the Purchasing Agent asking permission to waive formal bidding and negotiate a one year contract with Melrose Pyrotechnics for 4th of July fireworks.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Purchasing Agent asking permission to waive formal bidding and negotiate a one year contract with Melrose Pyrotechnics for 4th of July fireworks. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: That the Purchasing Agent be instructed to negotiate a new one year contract with Melrose Pyrotechnics for the year 2019. Fiscal Note: The fireworks show costs $40,000 per year. The City pays $40,000 with donations in the amount of $22,500 offsetting those funds coming from sponsorship and private donations. Funds for this expense are available in account 11202 53470.Referred  Action details Video Video
0132-19 A Communication from the President of the Common Council requesting that a timeline be established for the temporary appointment of a municipal judge.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the President of the Common Council requesting that a timeline be established for the temporary appointment of a municipal judge. Recommendation of the Finance and Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: To recommend that the Common Council fill the temporary appointment of municipal judge by no later than March 31, 2019. Recommendation of the Executive Committee on 02-12-2019: To recommend that the Common Council follow the proposed timeline for the appointment of a new municipal judge. Fiscal Note: None at this time.Referred  Action details Video Video
0132-19 A Communication from the President of the Common Council requesting that a timeline be established for the temporary appointment of a municipal judge.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the President of the Common Council requesting that a timeline be established for the temporary appointment of a municipal judge. Recommendation of the Finance and Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: To recommend that the Common Council fill the temporary appointment of municipal judge by no later than March 31, 2019. Recommendation of the Executive Committee on 02-12-2019: To recommend that the Common Council follow the proposed timeline for the appointment of a new municipal judge. Fiscal Note: None at this time.Referred  Action details Video Video
0118-19 B Communication from the Mayor and the Alderpersons of the Fourth, Fifth, Seventh, Ninth, Eleventh, Twelfth and Fifteenth Districts proposing that Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of each year be declared an official holiday of the City of Racine.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Mayor proposing that Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of each year be declared an official holiday of the City of Racine, and the corresponding ordinance be amended to reflect the change. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: That Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of each year be declared an official holiday of the City of Racine, and that the corresponding resolution and employee handbook be amended to reflect the change and that the City Attorney negotiate with represented employees for future contracts. Fiscal Note: N/AReferred  Action details Video Video
0121-19 A claim of Adrian FernandezClaimSubject: Communication from the City Attorney submitting the claim of Adrian Fernandez for consideration. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: That this claim be denied. Fiscal Note: Assuming the recommendation to deny this claim is adopted; this item would have a $0.00 impact on the City's budget.Referred  Action details Video Video
0123-19 A Communication from the Alderman of the Sixth District seeking to discuss matters related to the recent study on morale and racism in the Racine Police Department.CommunicationSubject: Communication from Alder Weidner seeking to discuss bidding requirements related to the 2018 study on sexism and racism in the Racine Police Department and requesting a copy of the study as had been completed in September 2018. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: To Receive and File. Fiscal Note: None at this time.AmendedPass Action details Not available
0123-19 A Communication from the Alderman of the Sixth District seeking to discuss matters related to the recent study on morale and racism in the Racine Police Department.CommunicationSubject: Communication from Alder Weidner seeking to discuss bidding requirements related to the 2018 study on sexism and racism in the Racine Police Department and requesting a copy of the study as had been completed in September 2018. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: To Receive and File. Fiscal Note: None at this time.Referred  Action details Video Video
0122-19 A claim of Antonio LunaClaimSubject: Communication from the City Attorney submitting the claim of Antonio Luna for consideration. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: That this claim be denied. Fiscal Note: Assuming the recommendation to deny this claim is adopted; this item would have a $0.00 impact on the City's budget.Referred  Action details Video Video
0124-19 A Communication from the Mayor proposing a Resolution on Advancing the Racine Smart City Initiative.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Mayor proposing a Resolution on Advancing the Racine Smart City Initiative.ApprovedPass Action details Video Video
0125-19 A Communication from the Director of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services presenting a proposed modification to the City of Racine Non-Represented employee compensation structure to reclassify the Community Center Recreation Supervisor - Lead position.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Director of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services presenting a proposed modification to the City of Racine Non-Represented employee compensation structure to reclassify the Community Center Recreation Supervisor - Lead position. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: That approval be granted to the Director of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services to reclassify the Community Center Recreation Supervisor - Lead position to the Superintendent of Recreation and Cultural Services. Fiscal Note: A possible $7000.00 increase in full-time staff salary which will be offset by savings through full-time staff retirement.Referred  Action details Video Video
0126-19 A 2019 General Economic ServicesCommunicationSubject: A communication from the Director of City Development requesting approval of the 2019 general contract for economic development services with Racine County Economic Development Corporation (RCEDC). Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019:That the request by the Director of City Development for the use of $82,400.00 from the Department of City Development Economic Development fund for the General Economic Development Services contract with RCEDC be approved for 2019. Further that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized and directed to enter into the agreement with RCEDC. Fiscal Note: Funds have been set aside in the city's General Fund 2019 budget for the use of $82,400.00 under line item Economic Development.Referred  Action details Video Video
0072-19 A Communication from the Racine Director of the Ragnar Great Midwest 2019 Race requesting permission to use City right-of-way on May 17-18, 2019.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Racine Director of the Ragnar Great Midwest 2019 Race requesting permission to use City right-of-way on May 17-18, 2019. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 02-12-19: DeferReferred  Action details Video Video
0081-19 A Communication from Jeff Collen, YMCA CEO, requesting to use City right-of-way on Saturday, June 15, 2019, for the 41st Annual Lighthouse Run.CommunicationSubject: Communication from Jeff Collen, YMCA CEO, requesting to use City right-of-way on Saturday, June 15, 2019, for the 41st Annual Lighthouse Run. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 02-12-19: DeferReferred  Action details Video Video
0114-19 A Communication from Lisa Torano, Racine Montessori School, requesting approval to rent Lakefront Lot No. 5 from 5:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. on Saturday, May 4, 2019, for the Lakefront Artist Fair.CommunicationSubject: Communication from Lisa Torano, Racine Montessori School, requesting approval to rent Lakefront Lot No. 5 from 5:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. on Saturday, May 4, 2019, for the Lakefront Artist Fair. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 02-12-19: DeferReferred  Action details Video Video
0131-19 A Communication from the Alderman of the 1st District requesting that City of Racine Ordinance 70-89 be amended to permit glass containers to be used for the serving and containment of beverages within the lands, facilities, and premises of Festival Hall, FCommunicationSubject: Communication from Alder Coe requesting that City of Racine Ordinance 70-89 be amended to permit glass containers to be used for the serving and containment of beverages within the lands, facilities, and premises of Festival Hall, Festival Park grounds, and Rotary Park, as well as those areas within other City Parks encompassing permitted “licensed premises” associated within a City-sanctioned Beer garden, so long as said containers represent non-disposable, commemorative glassware designed to be re-filled provided by, or as a part of, City-sanctioned events within said premises. Recommendation from the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 02-12-19: That the communication from Alder Coe requesting that City of Racine Ordinance 70-89 be amended to permit glass containers to be used for the serving and containment of beverages within the lands, facilities, and premises of Festival Hall, Festival Park grounds, and Rotary Park, as well as those areas within other City Parks encompassing permitted “licensed premises” associated within a City-sanctioned Beer garden, so long Referred  Action details Video Video
0101-19 A ..Title Subject: Communication from the Ragnar Relay Series Race Director requesting the following for the Ragnar Relay Great Midwest event: 1. Use of Pershing Park from May 12 - 17, 2019 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. 2. Overnight storage of a supply trCommunicationSubject: Communication from the Ragnar Relay Series Race Director requesting the following for the Ragnar Relay Great Midwest event as attached. Recommendation of the Board of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services on 2/13/19: To approve the communication from the Ragnar Relay Series Director requesting the following for the Ragnar Relay Great Midwest event as attached. Fiscal Note: Fees as assigned by PRCS Administrative Staff.Referred  Action details Video Video
1306-18 A 2019 Rev Bond Issue w/BairdCommunicationSubject: Communication from the City of Racine Water Utility General Manager presenting a 2019 Revenue Bond Issue with Baird. Recommendation of the Waterworks Commission on 12-18-18: Approve. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 01-07-2019: To approve the Waterworks Revenue Bond Issue as presented by R.W. Baird. Fiscal Note: The $20 million revenue bond will be repaid from revenues generated from new customers and Mt. Pleasant TID #5 proceeds.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0019-19 A claim of Sharron IvyClaimSubject: Communication from the City Attorney submitting the claim of Sharron Ivy for consideration. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 01-21-2019: That this claim be denied. Fiscal Note: Assuming the recommendation to deny this claim is adopted, this item would have a $0.00 impact on the City's budget.DeniedPass Action details Video Video
0028-19 A Communication from the Public Health Administrator requesting permission to enter into a contract agreement and accept funding in the amount of $102,713 from the Dept. of Health Services for the WI Well Woman Program.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Public Health Administrator requesting permission to enter into a contract agreement and accept funding in the amount of $102,713 from the Dept. of Health Services for the WI Well Woman Program. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 01-21-2019: That permission be granted to the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract agreement and to accept funding in the amount of $102,713 from the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services for the Local Public Health Departments Performance Consolidated Programs. Fiscal Note: The Consolidated Contract covers allocations of $97,175 for Well Woman Coordination and $5,538 for for Well Woman Screening. The funds will be used for the continuation of programs. There is no match required of the City.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0030-19 A Communication from the Public Health Administrator requesting permission to enter into a contract agreement and accept funding from the Dept. of Health Services in the amount of $103,509 for the Consolidated programs.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Public Health Administrator requesting permission to enter into a contract agreement and accept funding from the Dept. of Health Services in the amount of $103,509 for the Consolidated programs. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 01-21-2019: That permission be granted to the Public Health Administrator to enter into a contract agreement and accept funding from the Dept. of Health Services in the amount of $103,509 for the Consolidated programs. Fiscal Note: The Consolidated Contract covers allocations of $35,640 for Immunization, $27,327 for Childhood Lead and $40,542 for Maternal Child Healthcare. The funds will be used for the continuation of programs. There is a soft match of $30,407 required of the City for Maternal Child Healthcare.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0055-19 B Communication from the City Attorney presenting proposed modifications to the City of Racine Ordinances to carry into effect the City of Racine 2019 Budget action constituting the City Assessor position and Human Resources Director position as AdministratCommunicationSubject: Communication from the City Attorney presenting proposed modifications to the City of Racine Ordinances to carry into effect the City of Racine 2019 Budget action constituting the City Assessor position and Human Resources Director position as Administrative Managers of the City of Racine. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 01-21-2019: To direct the City Attorney to present amended ordinances to the Common Council to effect the Common Council’s direction in passing the 2019 Budget and in passing Resolution 0350-18 to reconstitute the City Assessor position and Human Resources Director position as Administrative Managers of the City of Racine. Fiscal Note: As provided in the 2019 approved budget.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0056-19 A Communication from the City Attorney presenting proposed modifications to the City of Racine non-represented employee compensation structure to classify the Communications Coordinator position and Manager of Strategic Initiatives and Community PartnershipCommunicationSubject: Communication from the City Attorney presenting proposed modifications to the City of Racine non-represented employee compensation structure to classify the Communications Coordinator position and Manager of Strategic Initiatives and Community Partnerships position, in the Office of the Mayor and to reclassify the City Assessor position and Human Resources Director positions to be consistent with the City of Racine 2019 budget. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 01-21-2019: To modify the non-represented compensation structure to reclassify the Human Resources Director position from Grade O to Grade S, to reclassify the City Assessor position from Grade O to Grade Q, to place the Manager of Strategic Initiatives and Community Partnerships at Grade M, and to place the Communications Coordinator position at Grade J. Fiscal Note: As provided in the 2019 approved budget.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0057-19 A  CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Director of City Development requesting to apply for the 2019 USEPA Brownfield Cleanup Grant for Water Street Redevelopment Properties (700, 900, and 1010 Water Street, and 615 Marquette Street). Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 01-21-2019: That permission be granted to apply for the 2019 USEPA Brownfield Cleanup Grant for Water Street Redevelopment Properties (700, 900, and 1010 Water Street and 615 Marquette Street). Fiscal Note: $600,000 project costs include $407,000 for Water Street Redevelopment properties, $146,000 for 615 Marquette Street and $47,000 for Program Management and Community Involvement. $500,000 Grant with a $100,000 local match funded through 2019 Budgeted Intergovernmental Revenue Sharing Fund.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0058-19 A  CommunicationSubject: Communication from the City Administrator and the Executive Director of the Redevelopment Authority for approval of a contract with Franke Development Advisors, LLC and the Rinka Architecture Firm to provide economic development and redevelopment consulting and planning services. Further, to waive formal bidding procedures requiring the advertisement and solicitation of bids for professional services exceeding $25,000 for such consulting and planning services and to declare each such contract appropriately “sole-sourced”. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 01-21-2019: To recommend and authorize the use of $90,875 in 2019 Budgeted Intergovernmental Funds to engage the services of Franke Development Advisors., LLC and Rinka Architecture Inc., to perform economic development consulting, planning and marketing services and to waive formal bidding procedures for engaging same by declaring justification that each is an appropriate sole source provider. Fiscal Note: Total Costs - $90,875; Franke Development Advisors: six-month period at a rate of $5,250/month Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0079-19 A Subject: Communication from the Mayor to authorize the City to apply to the 2019 Smart Cities Readiness Challenge. If awarded no match is required of the City.CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Mayor to authorize the City to apply to the 2019 Smart Cities Readiness Challenge. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 01-21-2019: That permission be granted to the Mayor to authorize the City to apply for the 2019 Smart Cities Readiness Challenge. Fiscal Note: No City MatchApproved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0001-19 A amend sec. 10-39, late fees for animal licenses (Ord. 0004-19)CommunicationSubject: Communication from the Director of the Health Department wishing to amend section 10-39 of the Ordinance relating to late fees for animal licenses in order to comply with current state law. (Ord. 0004-19) Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 01-22-19: That the communication from the Director of the Health Department wishing to amend section 10-39 of the Ordinance relating to late fees for animal licenses in order to comply with current state law, be approved. Fiscal Note: N/AApproved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0009-19 A Subject: (New) Application for a Class "A" Fermented Malt Beverage License for NY City Food Mart, Inc. DBA NY City Food Mart, located at 2300 Seventeenth Street, Gurminder Singh, Agent. (9th District) Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing CCommunicationSubject: (New) Application for a Class "A" Fermented Malt Beverage License for NY City Food Mart, Inc. DBA NY City Food Mart, located at 2300 Seventeenth Street, Gurminder Singh, Agent. (9th District) Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 01-22-19: That the application for a Class "A" Fermented Malt Beverage License for NY City Food Mart, Inc. DBA NY City Food Mart, located at 2300 Seventeenth Street, Gurminder Singh, Agent (9th District) be approved. Fiscal Note: N/AApproved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0059-19 A Subject: (New) Application for a "Class B" Fermented Malt Beverage and Intoxicating Liquor License for IBAR LLC, DBA: Teezers, located at 1936 Lathrop Ave, Dean Paros, Agent. (14th District).CommunicationSubject: (New) Application for a "Class B" Fermented Malt Beverage and Intoxicating Liquor License for IBAR LLC, DBA: Teezers, located at 1936 Lathrop Ave, Dean Paros, Agent. (14th District). Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 01-22-19: That the application for a "Class B" Fermented Malt Beverage and Intoxicating Liquor License for IBAR LLC, DBA: Teezers, located at 1936 Lathrop Ave, Dean Paros, Agent (14th District) be approved. Fiscal Note: N/AApproved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0029-19 A Ordinance adopting an amendment to a document titled “A Comprehensive Plan for the City of Racine: 2035” (Comp Plan 2035) to incorporate the document titled “Racine Heritage Preservation Plan, Final Draft October, 23, 2018” (Heritage Plan).CommunicationSubject: Ordinance adopting an amendment to a document titled “A Comprehensive Plan for the City of Racine: 2035” (Comp Plan 2035) to incorporate the document titled “Racine Heritage Preservation Plan, Final Draft October, 23, 2018” (Heritage Plan). Recommendation of the City Plan Commission on 1-23-19: The the ordinance adopting an amendment to a document titled "A Comprehensive Plan for the City of Racine: 2035" (Comp Plan 2035) to incorporate the document titled "Racine Heritage Preservation Plan, Final Draft October 23, 2018" be adopted. Fiscal Note: N/AApproved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0099-19 A (Direct Referral) Review of Draft Heritage Preservation Plan (PC 18)CommunicationSubject: (Direct Referral) Review of Draft Heritage Preservation Plan (PC 18) Recommendation of the City Plan Commission on 1-23-19: That the proposed resolution approving the document titled "Racine Heritage Preservation Plan, Final Draft, October 23, 2018", with corrections cited, as an amendment to the document titled "A Compresehinsive Plan for the City of Racine: 2035", be approved. Fiscal Note: N/AApproved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0065-19 A Direct ReferralCommunicationSubject: (Direct Referral) Request for $55,000 of HOME funds by Lutheran Social Services for Tenant Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) Program. Recommendation of the Community Development Committee 1-17-2019: That the request by Lutheran Social Services for $55,000 of HOME funds for the Tenant Based Rental Assistance program be approved, and further authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with Lutheran Social Services consistent with HOME regulations. Fiscal Note: Funds for the Tenant-Based Rental Assistance program were approved in the 2018 Annual Action Plan.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0071-19 A Joint Agrmt - Eng/Constr Mgmt w/SturtevantCommunicationSubject: Joint Engineering/Construction Management Agreement between the City of Racine, Racine Water Utility and Village of Sturtevant Recommendation of the Waterworks Commission on 1-29-19: That the Mayor and City Clerk enter into this joint agreement. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 02-11-2019: That the Mayor and City Clerk enter into this joint agreement. Fiscal Note: The Water Utility will provide plans and specifications to the Village of Sturtevant for incorporation into one project.The Water Utility will be responsible for all water main associated costs.Referred  Action details Video Video
0090-19 A Municipal Code Section 98-157CommunicationSubject: Municipal Code Section 98-157, Amalgam Management at Dental Offices Changes per EPA Regulations. Recommendation of the Wastewater Commission on 1-29-19: Approve Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 02-12-19: DeferReferred  Action details Video Video
Res.0001-19 A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF $20,000,000 Waterworks System Mortgage Revenue Bonds AND PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF SAID BONDS AND OTHER DETAILS AND COVENANTS WITH RESPECT THERETOResolutionRESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF $20,000,000 Waterworks System Mortgage Revenue Bonds AND PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF SAID BONDS AND OTHER DETAILS AND COVENANTS WITH RESPECT AS ATTACHEDAdoptedPass Action details Video Video
Res.0002-19 A Eagle's Club 27th Annual Thoughts for Food FundraiserResolutionEagle's Club 27th Annual Thoughts for Food Fundraiser Resolved, that the owner of the Eagle’s Club is granted permission to close Hamilton Street from Main Street to Chatham Street, from 6:00 P.M., Saturday, March 2, 2019, to 2:00 A.M., Sunday, March 3, 2019, in conjunction with the Thoughts for Food Fundraiser, with the following stipulations: A. A hold harmless agreement be executed and a $75.00 processing fee paid. B. A liability insurance certificate be filed prior to this event. C. Any overtime costs incurred by any City department be charged to the sponsor. D. The sponsor shall notify all abutting property owners 72 hours in advance of this event. E. The sponsor shall pay a $250.00 special event fee. F. No alcoholic beverages will be sold and/or dispensed within the street right-of-way. G. If required, sponsor shall be responsible for submitting a Temporary Traffic Control Plan to the Engineering Department for approval, and providing and removing all temporary traffic control devices and detour signs. H. If required, sponsor is responsible foAdoptedPass Action details Video Video
COrd.0001-19 A Charter Ordinance 0001-19 - Officers and EmployeesCharter OrdinanceCharter Ordinance 0001-19 - Officers and Employees An ordinance to amend Article II of the Charter Ordinances of the City of Racine, Wisconsin. The Common Council of the City of Racine, Wisconsin, do ordain as follows: Part 1: Amend Article II, Section 2-1, of the Charter Ordinances of the City of Racine, Wisconsin, as follows: Insert the words “city assessor” after the words “city clerk” and insert the words “human resources director” after the words “director of information systems.” Part 2: Amend Article II, Section 2-2, of the Charter Ordinances of the City of Racine, Wisconsin, as follows: Insert the words “human resources director” after the words “purchasing agent.” Part 3: This ordinance shall take effect sixty days after its passage by a two-thirds vote of the members-elect of the Racine Common Council and publication as required by law. Fiscal Note: As provided in the 2019 approved budget.Referred  Action details Video Video
Ord.0002-19 A Ordinance 0002-19 - Administrative ManagersOrdinanceOrdinance 0002-19 - Administrative Managers An ordinance to amend Chapters 2 and 62 of the Code of Ordinances, of the City of Racine, Wisconsin. The Common Council of the City of Racine, Wisconsin, do ordain as follows: Part 1: Amend Chapter 2, Article IV, Division 7, Section 2-431, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Racine as follows: Delete the words “The city attorney shall serve as the administrative manager of the human resources department. The city attorney may appoint one member of the human resources professional staff to manage the daily operations of the human resources department.” Part 2: Amend Chapter 2, Article IV, Division 7, Section 2-432, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Racine as follows: Delete the words “The city attorney may delegate this duty to the appointed manager of the human resources department.” from subsection (1). Delete the word “superintendent” and substitute the word “director” therefor, and delete the words “or as may be assigned by the city attorney” from subsection (14). Part 3: Amend Chapter 2, Article V, DiReferred  Action details Video Video