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Date 6/24/2014 Check 204681 11/21/2014 208891 12/5/2014 209235 12/10/2014 209381 1/5/2015 209915 1/6/2015 209989 1/8/2015 210019 1/9/2015 210089 1/16/2015 210330 1/16/2015 210369 1/23/2015 210647 2/4/2015 2/27/2015 2/27/2015 210894 211649 211653 2/27/2015 211674 2/27/2015 3/31/2015 211723 212412 4/3/2015 4/3/2015 4/3/2015 4/17/2015 5/1/2015 5/8/2015 5/8/2015 5/8/2015 5/8/2015 5/8/2015 212511 212557 212586 213035 213310 213408 213413 213436 213453 213455 5/8/2015 5/19/2015 5/19/2015 213474 213768 213778 6/5/2015 7/2/2015 214123 214699 7/2/2015 214715 7/2/2015 214719 7/2/2015 7/31/2015 8/7/2015 8/7/2015 214800 215478 215685 215719 8/12/2015 8/14/2015 9/4/2015 9/4/2015 215904 215969 216452 216522 9/4/2015 216531 9/4/2015 9/17/2015 216594 216844 9/17/2015 216845 9/17/2015 216847 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 216848 216851 216859 216870 216879 9/17/2015 216880 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 216881 216882 216883 216891 9/17/2015 216893 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 216895 216896 216897 216898 Payee BRENDSEL, ROBERT O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE, INC SIEBEN, ELIZABETH KAJA CORPORATION SCHILLINGER, SHERI MCINQUHAM, ALEXANDER FALKNER, DANIEL AND LESLI FRIEDRICH, HOLLY ANDERSON, JEFFREY MOMMSEN, SUSAN DUNN COUNTY 4-H EAT STAND KILDE, REBECCA KNOSPE, TYLER LINZMEIER, MELISSA SCHULZE, BRADLEY MEYER, LISA SLUPE, GREGORY OR ANGELA LAROCK, TANYA STARNES, DEREK WOODS, KAREN WNA WAPAF LAO, MAI NENG LEE, KARI PROPSON, SALLY SILER, AMY SINGERHOUSE, ALYX VOLK, TERRI CARRELL, MAJUT HOLMSTADT, PEARL DEMIAN, TROY CARVER, JEFFREY FORSTER, ELIZABETH GIAMMATTEI, LAURA WILLIAMS, AMY TC IMAGING LAMINDA HANSON OTTERSON, LEVI P JULIE LORENZ ASHLEY BOL AUSMAN, CHUCK KARCZEWSKI, RUDINE LAMERS, RICHARD YANG, NOUNEE ANDERSON, AVERY ANDERSON, BLANE ANDERSON, RYDER ANDERSON, TATE AYERS, LINZY BAUER, ABBY BORAAS, HAYLE BROWN, SAMANTHA BULLARD, HARRISON BULLARD, HELEN BULLARD, JULIAN BULLARD, MARIAN CHRISTOPHERSON, ADDIE CHRISTOPHERSON, KATIE COOK, CLASEN COOK, EVAN COOK, GRANT COOK, QUINCY Amount 13,300.00 9/17/2015 216914 40.84 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 216917 216918 35.20 9/17/2015 216932 99.06 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 216939 216940 9/17/2015 216941 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 216942 216943 216951 216952 216953 216963 9/17/2015 216978 9/17/2015 216979 9/17/2015 216980 5.00 7.13 32.94 27.80 16.20 16.00 548.75 1.50 17.60 25.25 9/17/2015 216991 26.78 9/17/2015 217005 33.60 22.50 9/17/2015 217006 9/17/2015 217007 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 217009 217012 217024 217025 217026 217037 217043 217055 9/17/2015 217056 9/17/2015 217057 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 217061 217065 217066 217103 217105 217106 217113 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 217114 217115 217116 9/17/2015 217121 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 217130 217131 217137 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 217142 217144 217148 9/17/2015 217149 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 217152 217153 9/17/2015 217154 9/17/2015 217155 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 217159 217160 217170 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 217173 217174 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/17/2015 9/25/2015 10/2/2015 10/28/2015 217204 217209 217210 217215 217515 217641 503458 18.62 30.86 25.25 300.00 50.00 34.18 15.00 17.40 16.58 16.40 40.30 1,898.00 50.00 2.00 37.75 14.54 22.70 20.15 412.00 16.00 50.50 50.00 40.00 3.50 1.25 3.00 35.20 3.75 4.50 4.50 3.50 3.50 4.50 3.50 2.00 6.00 40.50 4.50 3.00 9.00 21.00 2.00 4.50 4.50 2.00 EDENBORG, GRACE EMBERSON, JACK EMBERSON, JAYLEN GOSS, CHRISTOPHER GRUBER, CECELIA GRUBER, GABRIELLA GRUBER, GERARD GRUBER, IZAK GRUBER, MAYA HASSE, ADISON HASSE, GRACE HASSE, JAI HENDERSON, DANIEL HOLZHUETER, AMANDA HOLZHUETER, MAX HORVATH, MADELINE JENSON, DARRION KITCHNER, BAILEY KITCHNER, GARRETT KITCHNER, KENNEDY KLATT, DEVIN KLATT, SKYLER KURR, CADENCE KURR, CALISTA KURR, CENDALL LEE, AARON LEE, TREVOR MCGOVERN, AIDAN MCGOVERN, EMMA MCGOVERN, TESSA MILLER, TIANA MOYER, JESSE MOYER, LELAINA REITHER, DAVID REITZ, KENNEDY REITZ, KEVIN RUDIGER, LAUREN SAKRY, ANTHONY SAKRY, ELLIE SAKRY, TERRANCE SCHARLAU, JACOB SEGUIN, BEN SEGUIN, SAM SIMONSON, ALAYNA SKILLINGS, MACY SMITH, CLAYTON SORENSON, CADEN SORENSON, CAGE STAINER, SARAH STEINMEYER, GRACIE STEINMEYER, JACK STEINMEYER, SAMUEL STRAND, ASHLYN STRAND, OLIVIA THOMPSON, ANDREW TRAXLER, JACE TRAXLER, JADYNN WITT, TREYSEN YODER, DOLTIN YODER, RYLYNN ZONS, CATHERINE WILDER, ALLISON MILLER, AMMON LUKE A ABBATE Total 4.50 20.50 3.75 2.25 13.50 4.50 4.50 26.50 32.50 3.00 3.75 1.50 17.50 4.50 11.25 3.00 7.50 2.25 8.75 2.50 10.50 17.25 1.25 1.50 3.00 4.50 3.00 3.00 4.25 5.25 4.50 4.50 24.25 3.00 4.50 6.25 3.25 4.50 10.25 1.75 6.25 4.50 16.75 24.50 17.00 3.00 3.75 1.50 42.00 9.75 3.00 8.00 10.50 4.50 3.00 4.50 3.00 10.00 4.50 28.50 10.00 14.00 22.00 1.75 18,158.58 Offered this 14th day of November, 2017, at Menomonie, Wisconsin. OFFERED BY THE COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION: ADOPTED ON: November 14, 2017 James Tripp, Chair APPROVED AS TO FORM AND EXECUTION: ATTEST: Julie A. Wathke, County Clerk Nicholas P. Lange, Corporation Counsel REPORT & RESOLUTION NO. 83 Supervisor Tripp moved for adoption of Resolution NO. 83, adopting a 2018 pay grid and other pay related items, seconded by Supervisor Prochnow. Supervisor Tripp spoke to the resolution. Motion carried by voice vote. RESOLUTION NO. 83 A RESOLUTION TO ADOPT A 2018 PAY GRID AND OTHER PAY-RELATED ITEMS NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the pay grid applicable to the job classes adopted by the Dunn County Board of Supervisors shall be amended by multiplying the value of Grade 1, step 6, by 1.075, and extending the grid so as to maintain a separation of 6% between grades and 2.75% between steps, effective for the payroll period including January 1, 2018; and Further be it resolved that, based upon the information contained in the preceding paragraph, the Pay Grid for 2018 is adopted by reference as shown in Appendix A to this Resolution; and Further be it resolved that, effective for the payroll period including January 1, 2018, and except for those employees represented by a collective bargaining agreement, employees earning at a rate that is above that which the Pay Grid for 2018 sets forth shall have hourly wages not less than 102% of their 2014 hourly wage, regardless of said employee’s location on the Pay Grid; and Further be it resolved that, effective for the payroll period including January 1, 2018, except for those employees represented by a collective bargaining agreement, payment in lieu of fringe benefits for eligible employees shall be increased by 1.5%; and Further be it resolved that, effective for the payroll period including January 1, 2018, employees not classified and not represented shall have their wage increased by 1.5%; and Further be it resolved that employee premium contribution rates for health and dental insurance for all nonrepresented employees shall be established as described in the Department of Administration open enrollment documentation provided to employees in September, 2017 and incorporated herein by reference; and Further be it resolved that the Department of Administration is directed to take any and all actions necessary for the implementation of this Resolution. Dated the 14h day of November, 2017, at Menomonie, Wisconsin. OFFERED BY THE COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION: ADOPTED ON: November 14, 2017 James Tripp, Chair APPROVED AS TO FORM AND EXECUTION: ATTEST: Julie A. Wathke, County Clerk Nicholas P. Lange, Corporation Counsel REPORT & RESOLUTION NO. 84 Supervisor Tripp moved for adoption of Resolution NO. 84, amending the inventory of job classes, seconded by Supervisor McCullough. Supervisor Tripp spoke to the resolution. Motion carried by voice vote. RESOLUTION NO. 84 AMENDING THE INVENTORY OF JOB CLASSES NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the inventory of job classes adopted by the Dunn County Board of Supervisors is amended as follows and will remain in force until such time as a subsequent action of the Board amends or nullifies this action: Add: Deputy County Clerk FURTHER, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Department of Administration is empowered and directed to create standard operating procedures to regulate and implement this resolution. Offered this 14th day of November, 2017 at Menomonie, Wisconsin. OFFERED BY THE COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION: ADOPTED ON: November 14, 2017 James Tripp, Chair APPROVED AS TO FORM AND EXECUTION: ATTEST: Julie A. Wathke, County Clerk Nicholas P. Lange, Corporation Counsel REPORT & RESOLUTION NO. 85 Supervisor Tripp moved for adoption of Resolution NO. 85, amending the employee handbook for correctional officers, seconded by Supervisor Hedlund. Supervisor Tripp spoke to the resolution. Motion carried by voice vote. RESOLUTION NO. 85 AMENDING THE EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK FOR CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Dunn County Board of Supervisors that the Employee Handbook is hereby amended as follows: Effective for the payroll period including January 1, 2018, the Board of Supervisors authorizes the following revisions to provisions of the Dunn County Employee Handbook related to Correctional Officers at the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office: • HOLIDAYS – Eligibility (paragraph three) In lieu of the designated holidays listed above, full-time employees engaged in 24/7 operations shall receive an equal number of floating holidays. Correctional Officers scheduled to work 12 hour days shall receive an equal number of floating holidays converted at an eight and one-half (8.5) hour equivalent. • LEAVES - COMMISERATION Procedure: Payment for such leave shall only be for days lost from the regular schedule of the employee. For purposes of calculating commiseration leave for those working a ten (10) hour day, commiseration leave will be granted as follows: 1 day = 10 hours; 3 days = 30 hours; 5 days = maximum of 40 hours. Correctional Officers scheduled to work 12 hour days shall receive commiseration leave benefits converted at an eight and one-half (8.5) hour equivalent. • LEAVES – SICK LEAVE -- Payout/Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB): The County shall establish an Other Post-Employment Benefit (OPEB) for employees. The maximum payout for a non-management employee into an OPEB account is 97 days. The maximum payout for a management employee into an OPEB account is 110 days. For the purposes of this section, one day equals the number of hours an employee is scheduled to work per day (i.e. 7.5, 8, 8.5). Correctional Officers scheduled to work 12 hour days shall receive OPEB benefits converted at an eight and one-half (8.5) hour equivalent. Offered this 14th day of November, 2017, at Menomonie, Wisconsin. OFFERED BY THE COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION: ADOPTED ON: November 14, 2017 James Tripp, Chair APPROVED AS TO FORM AND EXECUTION: ATTEST: Julie A. Wathke, County Clerk Nicholas P. Lange, Corporation Counsel REPORT & RESOLUTION NO. 86 Supervisor Bartlett moved for adoption of Resolution NO. 86, amending the employee handbook for in-house pool incentive, seconded by Supervisor Kneer. Supervisor Bartlett spoke to the resolution. Supervisor Kennedy spoke in favor of the resolution. Motion carried by voice vote. RESOLUTION NO. 86 AMENDING THE EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK FOR IN-HOUSE POOL INCENTIVE NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Dunn County Board of Supervisors that the Employee Handbook is hereby amended as follows: Effective for the payroll period starting November 26, 2017, and in response to the need to recognize the unique circumstances which exist as a result of the Neighbors of Dunn County as an enterprise fund operation expected to be fiscally self-sufficient, the Board of Supervisors authorizes the following revisions to the provisions of the Dunn County Employee Handbook, Other Premium Pay: Employees who accept additional hours voluntarily (72 hours prior to open shift) at the Neighbors of Dunn County shall receive the following compensation in addition to their regular pay: • Certified Nursing Assistants…$5.00 per hour • Licensed Practical Nurses…$7.00 per hour • Registered Nurses…$10.00 per hour. Employees mandated to work vacant shifts shall receive the following compensation in addition to their regular pay: • Certified Nursing Assistants - $2.50 per hour • Licensed Practical Nurses - $3.50 per hour • Registered Nurses - $5.00 per hour. Offered this 14th day of November, 2017, at Menomonie, Wisconsin. OFFERED BY THE COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION: ADOPTED ON: November 14, 2017 James Tripp, Chair APPROVED AS TO FORM AND EXECUTION: ATTEST: Julie A. Wathke, County Clerk Nicholas P. Lange, Corporation Counsel REPORT & RESOLUTION NO. 87 Supervisor Tripp moved for adoption of Resolution NO. 87, charging back illegal tax certificates, seconded by Supervisor Hedlund. Supervisor Tripp spoke to the resolution. Motion carried by voice vote. Dunn County 11/14 Minutes Continued… RESOLUTION NO. 87 CHARGING BACK ILLEGAL TAX CERTIFICATES WHEREAS, the following taxes on parcels of land were illegal and should be cancelled. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Dunn County Board of Supervisors, that the following illegal tax certificates be charged back to the municipalities as listed below: 1) Tax Exempt Parcel (17034-2-271117-120-0001) Description: Section 17, Town 27, Range 11 – Town of Spring Brook PT. NW NE EXC. PT. CMP 2984 CERTIFICATE NUMBER DATE OF SALE BOOK AMOUNT 2014 Tax: 555 September 1, 2015 $11.65 2015 Tax: 567 September 1, 2016 $11.90 2016 Tax: 336 September 1, 2017 $11.39 Total Charged Back to Town of Spring Brook $34.94 Total Charged Back to All Districts $34.94 Offered this 14th day of November, 2017, at Menomonie, Wisconsin. OFFERED BY THE COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION: ADOPTED ON: November 14, 2017 James Tripp, Chair APPROVED AS TO FORM AND EXECUTION: ATTEST: Julie A. Wathke, County Clerk Nicholas P. Lange, Corporation Counsel REPORT & RESOLUTION NO. 88 Supervisor Tripp moved for adoption of Resolution NO. 88, approving investigation and pursuit of legal claims against opioid manufacturers, seconded by Supervisor Stori. Supervisor Tripp spoke to the resolution. Motion carried by voice vote. RESOLUTION NO. 88 APPROVING INVESTIGATION AND PURSUIT OF LEGAL CLAIMS AGAINST OPIOID MANUFACTURERS WHEREAS, the Dunn County Board of Supervisors is concerned with the recent rapid rise in troubles among Dunn County citizens, residents, and visitors in relation to problems arising out of the use, abuse and overuse of opioid medications, which according to certain studies, impacts millions of people across the country; and WHEREAS, issues and concerns surrounding opioid use, abuse and overuse by citizens, residents and visitors are not unique to Dunn County and are, in fact, issues and concerns shared by all other counties in Wisconsin and, for that matter, states and counties across the country, as has been well documented through various reports and publications, and is commonly referred to as the Opioid Epidemic (“Opioid Epidemic”); and WHEREAS, the societal costs associated with the Opioid Epidemic are staggering and, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, amount to over $75 billion annually; and WHEREAS, the National Institute for Health has identified the manufacturers of certain of the opioid medications as being directly responsible for the rapid rise of the Opioid Epidemic by virtue of their aggressive and, according to some, unlawful and unethical marketing practices; and WHEREAS, certain of the opioid manufacturers have faced civil and criminal liability for their actions that relate directly to the rise of the Opioid Epidemic; and WHEREAS, Dunn County has expended significant time and resources in its programs and services related to the Opioid Epidemic; and WHEREAS, Dunn County is responsible for a multitude of programs and services, all of which require Dunn County to expend resources generated through state and federal aid, property tax levy, fees and other permissible revenue sources; and WHEREAS, Dunn County’s provision of programs and services becomes more and more difficult every year because the costs associated with providing the Opioid Epidemic programs and services continue to rise, yet Dunn County’s ability to generate revenue is limited by strict levy limit caps and stagnant or declining state and federal aid to Dunn County; and WHEREAS, all sums that Dunn County expends in addressing, combatting and otherwise dealing with the Opioid Epidemic are sums that cannot be used for other critical programs and services that Dunn County provides to citizens, residents and visitors; and WHEREAS, The Dunn County Board of Supervisors has been informed that numerous counties and states across the country have filed or intend to file lawsuits against certain of the opioid manufacturers in an effort to force the persons and entities responsible for the Opioid Epidemic to assume financial responsibility for the costs associated with addressing, combatting and otherwise dealing with the Opioid Epidemic; and WHEREAS, Dunn County has engaged in discussions with representatives of the law firms of von Briesen & Roper, s.c., Crueger Dickinson LLC and Simmons Hanly Conroy LLC (the “Law Firms”) related to the potential for Dunn County to pursue certain legal claims against certain opioid manufacturers; and WHEREAS, Dunn County has been informed that the Law Firms have the requisite skill, experience and wherewithal to prosecute legal claims against certain of the opioid manufacturers on behalf of public entities seeking to hold them responsible for the Opioid Epidemic; and WHEREAS, the Law Firms have proposed that Dunn County engage the Law Firms to prosecute the aforementioned claims on a contingent fee basis whereby the Law Firms would not be compensated unless Dunn County receives a financial benefit as a result of the proposed claims and the Law Firms would advance all claimrelated costs and expenses associated with the claims; and WHEREAS, all of the costs and expenses associated with the claims against certain of the opioid manufacturers would be borne by the Law Firms; and WHEREAS, the Law Firms have prepared an engagement agreement, which is submitted as part of this Resolution (“engagement agreement”) specifying the terms and conditions under which the Law Firms would provide legal services to Dunn County and otherwise consistent with the terms of this Resolution; and WHEREAS, Dunn County is informed that the Wisconsin Counties Association has engaged in extensive discussions with the Law Firms and has expressed a desire to assist the Law Firms, Dunn County and other counties in the prosecution of claims against certain of the opioid manufacturers; and WHEREAS, Dunn County would participate in the prosecution of the claim(s) contemplated in this Resolution and the engagement agreement by providing information and materials to the Law Firms and, as appropriate, the Wisconsin Counties Association as needed; and WHEREAS, the Dunn County Board of Supervisors believes it to be in the best interest of Dunn County, its citizens, residents, visitors and taxpayers to join with other counties in and outside Wisconsin in pursuit of claims against certain of the opioid manufacturers, all upon the terms and conditions set forth in the engagement agreement; and WHEREAS, by pursuing the claims against certain of the opioid manufacturers, Dunn County is attempting to hold those persons and entities that had a significant role in the creation of the Opioid Epidemic responsible for the financial costs assumed by Dunn County and other public agencies across the country in dealing with the Opioid Epidemic. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Dunn County Board of Supervisors authorizes the Corporation Counsel to negotiate, and the County Board Chair to execute, an Engagement Letter with the Law Firms on behalf of Dunn County; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Dunn County Board of Supervisors shall endeavor to faithfully perform all actions required of the County in relation to the claims contemplated herein and in the engagement agreement and hereby directs all County personnel to cooperate with and assist the Law Firms in relation thereto; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the County Clerk shall forward a copy of this Resolution, together with the signed engagement agreement, to the Wisconsin Counties Association, 22 E. Mifflin Street, Suite 900, Madison, Wisconsin, 53703. Offered this 14th day of November, 2017, at Menomonie, Wisconsin. OFFERED BY THE COMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATION: ADOPTED ON: November 14, 2017 James Tripp, Chair APPROVED AS TO FORM AND EXECUTION: ATTEST: Julie A. Wathke, County Clerk Nicholas P. Lange, Corporation Counsel REPORT & ORDINANCE NO. 69 Chairman Rasmussen stated this was the second reading of the Ordinance NO. 69 amending fees for Maintenance and Board of Prisoners in Chapter 26 of the Code of Ordinances. Corporation Counsel Nicholas Lange spoke to the ordinance. Motion to adopt Ordinance No. 69 amending fees for Maintenance and Board of Prisoners in Chapter 26 of the Code of Ordinances carried by voice vote. ORDINANCE NO. 69 AMENDING FEES FOR MAINTENANCE AND BOARD OF PRISONERS IN CHAPTER 26 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES The Board of Supervisors of the County of Dunn does hereby ordain as follows: Section 1. Section 26.03 of the Dunn County Code of Ordinances is amended to read as follows: Each Huber prisoner sentenced in Dunn County who is confined in the jail shall be liable for the cost of his or her maintenance and board in the amount of $20.00 per day for the period during which he or she is so confined. The rate shall be reduced to $5.00 per day for prisoners who are unemployed and seeking employment. Each Huber prisoner sentenced in other jurisdictions who is confined in the jail shall be liable for the cost of his or her maintenance and board in the amount of $25.00 per day for the period during which he or she is so confined. All Huber prisoners monitored with a GPS tracking device while on Huber release shall be liable for an additional charge of $5.00 per day. Section 2. Section 26.04 of the Dunn County Code of Ordinances is amended to read as follows: Any prisoner who is under the supervision of the Dunn County Sheriff’s Department by means of electronic monitoring shall pay the sum of $25.00 per day, together with a one-time processing fee, per incident, of $25.00. Section 3. This Ordinance shall become effective upon adoption and publication as required by law. Offered this 18th day of October, 2017, at Menomonie, Wisconsin. Enacted on: November 14, 2017 OFFERED BY THE JUDICIARY AND LAW COMMITTEE: David Bartlett, Chair Published on: November 22, 2017 ATTEST: COUNTERSIGNED: Julie A. Wathke, County Clerk Steven Rasmussen, Chair Dunn County Board of Supervisors Approved as to Form and Execution: Nicholas P. Lange, Corporation Counsel REPORT & ORDINANCE NO. 89 Supervisor Quinn moved for adoption of Ordinance NO. 89 amending the comprehensive zoning ordinance in the Town of Lucas, seconded by Supervisor Zons. Supervisor Quinn spoke to the ordinance. Motion carried by voice vote. The Planning, Resources and Development Committee submitted the following report on a request for the Town of Lucas, received by the Zoning Office on October 10, 2017, from Patricia Suckow, owner, to rezone a parcel from Primary Agriculture (PA) to General Agriculture (GA). A Class II notice was published in the Dunn County News on October 28 and November 4, 2017, establishing a public hearing on November 14, 2017. The public hearing was conducted on November 14th, 2017 and the committee recommended to the Dunn County Board of Supervisors that said request for amendment be approved. ORDINANCE NO. 89 AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE, TOWN OF LUCAS The Dunn County Board of Supervisors does hereby ordain as follows: The Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance for the County of Dunn, Wisconsin is hereby amended by rezoning the following parcel described as: The West seventy-one (71) rods of the Southwest Quarter (SW1/4) of the Southwest Quarter (SW1/4) of Section 25, Township 28 North, Range 14 West Town of Lucas, Dunn County, Wisconsin, except that part described as follows: Commencing at the southwest corner of said forty; thence Easterly along the South line of said forty ten (10) rods more or less to the centerline of the highway running in a Northerly and Southerly direction across said line; thence in a Northerly direction along the centerline of said highway six (6) rods more or less to its intersection with highway known as “530th Avenue”; thence Southwesterly along the centerline of said “530th Avenue” to its intersection with the West line of said forty; thence south on the West line of said forty one rod more or less to the place of beginning; intended to be a parcel of land in the Southwest corner of said Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quart of said Section 25, lying South and West of the aforementioned highways, containing one acre more or less. PIN # 1701422814253300001 FROM Primary Agriculture (PA) TO General Agriculture (GA). The official zoning maps of the Town of Lucas on file in the Environmental Services Department shall be amended in accordance with this ordinance. This ordinance shall be effective upon passage and publication as provided in Section 59.14 of the Wisconsin Statutes. This ordinance shall not be codified. Offered this 14th day of November, 2017 at Menomonie, Wisconsin. Enacted on: November 14, 2017 OFFERED BY THE PLANNING, RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE: Published on: November 22, 2017 Thomas Quinn, Chair ATTEST: Julie A. Wathke, County Clerk Approved as to Form and Execution: Nicholas P. Lange, Corporation Counsel COUNTERSIGNED: Steven Rasmussen, Chair Dunn County Board of Supervisors REPORT & ORDINANCE NO. 90 Supervisor Quinn moved for adoption of Ordinance NO. 90 amending the comprehensive zoning ordinance in the Town of Tainter, seconded by Supervisor Kneer. Supervisor Quinn spoke to the ordinance. Motion carried by voice vote. The Planning, Resources and Development Committee submitted the following report on a request for the Town of Tainter, submitted to the Planning and Zoning Division on September 20, 2017, from Denmark Dairy, to rezone three parcels from General Agriculture (GA) to Intensive Agriculture (IA). A Class II notice was published in the Dunn County News on September 23, 2017 and September 30, 2017, establishing a public hearing on October 10, 2017 that was continued on October 24, 2017. The public hearing was conducted on October 10, 2017 and October 24, 2017, and the committee concluded to recommend to the Dunn County Board of Supervisors that said request for amendment be approved. ORDINANCE NO. 90 AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE, TOWN OF TAINTER The Dunn County Board of Supervisors does hereby ordain as follows: The Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance for the County of Dunn, Wisconsin is hereby amended by rezoning the following parcels described as: The first parcel is approximately 20 acres, and is described as the S½ of the NW¼ of the SW¼ of Section 24, Township 29 North, Range 12 West, Town of Tainter Dunn County Wisconsin. PIN #1703822912243200001 The second parcel is approximately 40 acres, and is described as the SW¼ of the SW¼ of Section 24, Township 29 North, Range 12 West, Town of Tainter, Dunn County, Wisconsin, excluding lands described in document 547255 as recorded with the Dunn County Register of Deeds. PIN #1703822912244300001 The third parcel is approximately 40 acres, and is described as the SW¼ of the SE¼ of Section 24, Township 29 North, Range 12 West, Dunn County, Wisconsin, excluding document 547255 as recorded with the Dunn County Register of Deeds. PIN # 170382291224330000 From General Agriculture (GA) TO Intensive Agriculture (IA). The official zoning maps of the Town of Tainter on file in the Environmental Services Department shall be amended in accordance with this ordinance. This ordinance shall be effective upon passage and publication as provided in Section 59.14 of the Wisconsin Statutes. This ordinance shall not be codified. Offered this 14th day of November, 2017 at Menomonie, Wisconsin. Enacted on: November 14, 2017 OFFERED BY THE PLANNING, ESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE: Published on: November 22, 2017 Thomas Quinn, Chair ATTEST: COUNTERSIGNED: Julie A. Wathke, County Clerk Steven Rasmussen, Chair Approved as to Form and Execution: Dunn County Board of Supervisors Nicholas P. Lange, Corporation Counsel ANNOUNCEMENTS Chairman Rasmussen made the following announcements: The December per diem sheets need to be handed in by December 18, 2017; County Board candidate packets are available for pickup. If an incumbent is not running for office a notification of noncandidacy must be filed in the County Clerk’s Office. Nomination papers cannot be circulated prior to December 1, 2017. The Chair declared the meeting adjourned at 9:04 p.m. Respectfully submitted, JULIE A. WATHKE COUNTY CLERK 11/22 30589888 WNAXLP

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