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Meeting Name: Common Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/17/2019 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Room 205
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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1075-19 A  CommunicationSubject: Proclamation for Hispanic Heritage Month   Action details Video Video
1052-19 A  CommunicationSubject: Resolution authorizing the issuance of $14,330,000 General Obligation Promissory Notes and the issuance and sale of $14,330,000 Note Anticipation Notes in anticipation thereof.ApprovedPass Action details Video Video
1053-19 A  CommunicationSubject: Resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of $3,645,000 General Obligation Refunding BondsApprovedPass Action details Not available
1024-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason proposing modifications to the employee health insurance plan design.CommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason proposing modifications to the employee health insurance plan design. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 09-09-2019: Approve the proposed modifications to the employee health insurance plan design as presented. Fiscal Note: The plan design changes as presented would result in a potential savings for 2020 of approximately $3,200,000.AmendedPass Action details Video Video
1024-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason proposing modifications to the employee health insurance plan design.CommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason proposing modifications to the employee health insurance plan design. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 09-09-2019: Approve the proposed modifications to the employee health insurance plan design as presented. Fiscal Note: The plan design changes as presented would result in a potential savings for 2020 of approximately $3,200,000.DeferredPass Action details Video Video
1025-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason proposing modifications to the retired employee health insurance program, including retired employee premium share and Medicare Part B reimbursement.CommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason proposing modifications to the retired employee health insurance program, including retired employee premium share and Medicare Part B reimbursement. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 09-09-2019: Approve the proposed modifications to the retired employee health insurance program as presented. Fiscal Note: To be discussed.DeferredPass Action details Video Video
1026-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason proposing modifications to the active employee health insurance program, including active employee premium share and the establishment and funding of Health Savings Accounts for active employees.CommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason proposing modifications to the active employee health insurance program, including active employee premium share and the establishment and funding of Health Savings Accounts for active employees. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 09-09-2019: Approve the proposed modifications to the employee health insurance plan design as presented. Fiscal Note: To be discussed.DeferredPass Action details Video Video
1027-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason on behalf of the Human Resources Benefit Coordinator presenting the UHC Medicare Advantage plan agreement for renewal.CommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason on behalf of the Human Resources Benefit Coordinator presenting the UHC Medicare Advantage plan agreement for renewal. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 09-09-2019: Approve the UHC Medicare Advantage plan agreement renewal as presented. Fiscal Note: If approved, the UHC Medicare Advantage plan agreement renewal would result in a savings in 2020 over 2019 of approximately 12%, which savings will be incorporated in the 2020 budget.ApprovedPass Action details Video Video
0899-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Meekma for consideration of increasing the City Administrators base pay for the time he has and will be officially tasked with and designated as “interim” or “acting” Director of any vacant Administrative ManagerCommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Alder Meekma for consideration of increasing the City Administrators base pay for the time he has and will be officially tasked with and designated as “interim” or “acting” Director of any vacant Administrative Manager position. The employee shall receive additional compensation equal to five-percent (5%) of his then-effective annual rate of compensation applied to the complete duration of the time served in said “interim” or “acting” capacity. This would include back pay for the time served to the date of implementation of this wage increase and all time served in this capacity moving forward. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 09-09-2019: To approve increasing the City Administrators base pay for the period of April 2019 through the end of 2019 in the amount of $5,250; this would include back pay for the time served to the date of implementation of this wage increase and all time served in this capacity moving forward. Fiscal Note: Funds are available in account 11002-50100 Mayors Office: Administrative Salaries in the amounAmendedPass Action details Video Video
0899-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Meekma for consideration of increasing the City Administrators base pay for the time he has and will be officially tasked with and designated as “interim” or “acting” Director of any vacant Administrative ManagerCommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Alder Meekma for consideration of increasing the City Administrators base pay for the time he has and will be officially tasked with and designated as “interim” or “acting” Director of any vacant Administrative Manager position. The employee shall receive additional compensation equal to five-percent (5%) of his then-effective annual rate of compensation applied to the complete duration of the time served in said “interim” or “acting” capacity. This would include back pay for the time served to the date of implementation of this wage increase and all time served in this capacity moving forward. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 09-09-2019: To approve increasing the City Administrators base pay for the period of April 2019 through the end of 2019 in the amount of $5,250; this would include back pay for the time served to the date of implementation of this wage increase and all time served in this capacity moving forward. Fiscal Note: Funds are available in account 11002-50100 Mayors Office: Administrative Salaries in the amounAdopted As Amended: Pass Action details Video Video
1023-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Shakoor requesting that the City accept ownership of 1109 Twelfth Street and transfer the property to Racine Revitalization Partnership.CommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Alder Shakoor requesting that the City accept ownership of 1109 Twelfth Street and transfer the property to Racine Revitalization Partnership. Recommendation of the Finance & Personnel Committee on 09-09-2019: Permission be granted to accept ownership of 1109 Twelfth Street on behalf of the City of Racine, and that permission be granted to the Mayor and City Clerk to transfer 1109 Twelfth Street to Racine Revitalization Partnership. Fiscal Note: The City will pay about $30 in recording fees to receive the property from Racine County. Racine Revitalization Partnership will reimburse the City for the title transfer and recording fees for transfer of the property to Racine Revitalization Partnership.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0937-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of the Downtown Racine Corporation, requesting permission to close Main Street from State Street to 7th Street, 6th Street from Lake Avenue to Grand Avenue, and Wisconsin Avenue from 4th StreetCommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of the Downtown Racine Corporation, requesting permission to close Main Street from State Street to 7th Street, 6th Street from Lake Avenue to Grand Avenue, and Wisconsin Avenue from 4th Street to 7th Street, for Party on the Pavement on September 21, 2019, from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and a "Free Parking Day" in Downtown for this event. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 09-10-19: That permission be granted to the Downtown Racine Corporation to close Main Street from State Street to 7th Street, 6th Street from Lake Avenue to Grand Avenue, and Wisconsin Avenue from 4th Street to 7th Street, on September 21, 2019, from 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., for Party on the Pavement, per the attached stipulations. Fiscal Note: There will be nominal costs to the various City departments, on a regular shift basis, to assist in implementing this event.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
1001-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate II, on behalf of the Assistant Commissioner of Public Works/Operations, requesting permission to extend the agreement with ReCollect for the Platform Service Waste Wizard Calendar.CommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate II, on behalf of the Assistant Commissioner of Public Works/Operations, requesting permission to extend the agreement with ReCollect for the Platform Service Waste Wizard Calendar. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 09-10-19: Approve the extension to the agreement with ReCollect for the Platform Service Waste Wizard Calendar. Fiscal Note: Cost of the extension is $10,648.00. Funding is available in Org-Object 14006-52315, SW-Advertising.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
1006-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Public Works, to submit final payments. Contract 20190029, Uptown Pass-Through Park, A.W. Oakes & Son, Inc., contractor. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 09CommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Public Works, to submit final payments. Contract 20190029, Uptown Pass-Through Park, A.W. Oakes & Son, Inc., contractor. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 09-10-19: That the work done by A.W. Oakes & Son, Inc., under Contract 20190029, Uptown Pass-Through Park, be accepted and final payment authorized for a total contract amount of $212,460.00. Final Payment to include retainage. Fiscal Note: Contract was authorized under Resolution 0365-19, dated April 15, 2019.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
1007-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Public Works, submitting Change Order No. 1 on Contract 20190029, Uptown Pass-Through Park, A.W. Oakes & Son, Inc., contractor. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee onCommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Alder Tate ll, on behalf of Public Works, submitting Change Order No. 1 on Contract 20190029, Uptown Pass-Through Park, A.W. Oakes & Son, Inc., contractor. Recommendation of the Public Works and Services Committee on 09-10-19: That Change Order No. 1 on Contract 20190029, Uptown Pass-Through Park, A.W. Oakes & Son, Inc., contractor, be approved in the amount of $2,960.00. Further recommends that funding to defray the cost of the change order be appropriated from Org-Object 40019-57110-60023, Uptown Pass-Through Park. Fiscal Note: Funds are available as herein delineated.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
0986-19 A Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Coe, on behalf of Judge Weber the Municipal Court’s recommendations as to the deposit schedule for citations written for violations of sections 66-1002 (chronic nuisance properties) and 66-677(1) - (3) (vapor prodCommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Alder Coe, on behalf of Judge Weber the Municipal Court’s recommendations as to the deposit schedule for citations written for violations of sections 66-1002 (chronic nuisance properties) and 66-677(1) - (3) (vapor products) of the Code of Ordinances. Recommendation of the Public Safety and Licensing Committee on 09-10-19: That the Municipal Court’s recommendations as to the deposit schedule for citations written for violations of sections 66-1002 (chronic nuisance properties) and 66-677(1) - (3) (vapor products) of the Code of Ordinances, be Approved. Fiscal Note: N/AApprovedPass Action details Video Video
0996-19 A Subject: Communication from Alder Larrin on behalf of the Director of Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services requesting approval of the North Beach Master Plan and placement of the plan within the City of Racine Comprehensive Plan: 2035. Also to be referrCommunicationSubject: Communication from Alder Larrin on behalf of the Director of Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services requesting approval of the North Beach Master Plan and placement of the plan within the City of Racine Comprehensive Plan: 2035. Also to be referred to the Plan Commission. Recommendation of the Board of Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services on 9-11-19: That the North Beach Master Plan concepts be approved. Placement of the plan within the City of Racine Plan: 2035 was not considered. Referal to the Plan Commission was declined. Fiscal Note: NoneApproved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video
1076-19 A  CommunicationSubject: Communication sponsored by Mayor Mason appointing the following: William Martin to the Transit Commission for a term ending on May 31, 2021 Alder Jung to the Transit Commission for a term ending on on May 31, 2020 Stacy Sheppard to the Board of Park, Recreation, and Cultural Services for a term ending on April 01, 2020.Approved as PresentedPass Action details Video Video