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									                                 City of Evansville Plan Commission
                                           Regular Meeting
                                   Monday, May 4, 2009, 6:00 p.m.
                     City Hall (Third Floor), 31 S. Madison Street, Evansville, WI

                                               MINUTES

1. Call to Order. The meeting was called to order at 6:02 p.m. by Chair Sandy Decker.

2. Roll Call. Members Present: Mason Braunschweig, Jim Brooks, Sandy Decker, John Gishnock, and Diane
   Roberts. Members Absent: Carol Endres and Bill Hammann. Others Present: City Administrator Dan
   Wietecha, City Clerk Judy Walton, City Planner John Stockham, and members of the public.

3. Approval of agenda. Braunschweig made a motion, seconded by Roberts to approve the agenda.
   Motion approved unanimously.

4. Approval of minutes.
   A. Braunschweig made a motion, seconded by Brooks to waive the reading of the minutes from
      the April 6, 2009 regular meeting and approve them as printed. Motion approved unanimously.

5. Citizen appearances other than agenda items listed. Roger Berg reported that at the Orpheum
   Theatre on Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m., the Eager Economy Building will be receiving an award
   from the Madison Trust for Historic Preservation.

6. Action items.

   A. Extraterritorial CSM – 14638 W. Bullard Road. Stockham explained that the certified
      survey map would create a 10.01 acre parcel with the homestead and outbuildings and an
      approximate 120 acre parcel remaining agricultural. Braunschweig made a motion, seconded
      by Roberts to approve the application for a CSM for the property located at 14638 W. Bullard
      Road subject to conditions recommended by Rock County staff. Motion approved
      unanimously.

   B. Zoning Ordinance and Stormwater Management Ordinance Amendments. Stockham
      explained that the changes were basically housekeeping, correcting errors and clarifying
      language. He reviewed each of the proposed revisions with the Commission. Braunschweig
      made a motion, seconded by Roberts to direct the staff to work with the City Attorney to put
      the Zoning Ordinance and Stormwater Management Ordinance amendments proposed by the
      Zoning Administrator and City Planner into final ordinance language and to schedule a public
      hearing on the proposed amendments for the June 1 Plan Commission meeting. Motion
      approved unanimously.

7. Report on Other Permitting Activity by City Planner. Stockham stated there have been a
   couple sign permits. He has had discussions with property owners regarding upcoming projects.

8. Discussion items.
   A. Wietecha stated the application for the FEMA Community Rating System Program has been
      mailed.

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9. Report of the Evansville Historic Preservation Commission. Decker explained the process for
   writing national register applications for 2 new residential historic districts.

10. Report of the Evansville-Union Implementation Committee. Bob Janes stated that at the last
    meeting town and city engineers were present to discuss map overlay. Decker asked that the
    committee discuss weed control at their next meeting.

11. Update on Common Council actions relating to Plan Commission recommendations. None

12. Update on Board of Appeals actions relating to zoning matters. None

13. Update on Rock County Smart Growth Plan. Decker stated the open house was last Thursday
    and she picked up a couple copies of the map.

14. Enforcement. None

15. Next regular meeting date. Monday, June 1, 2009.

16. Motion to adjourn. Braunschweig made a motion, seconded by Roberts to adjourn at 6:30 p.m.
    Motion approved unanimously.


Prepared by Judy Walton, City Clerk

          The minutes are not official until approved by the Plan Commission at their next regular meeting.




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