City to canvass election results
The Onalaska City Council will canvass Saturday’s general and special city elections and approve a resolution declaring the results of the elections during its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The newly elected officials will be seated following the administering of the statement of elected officers and the oaths of office and the presentation of the election certificates. A mayor pro-tem will be elected.
Council is expected to reappoint David Johnson as municipal judge, Greg Magee as associate municipal judge and Chris Thompson as city prosecutor/city attorney.
Resolution 2022-004, designating signatories for all city bank accounts, will be reviewed and considered for approval.
Council is also expected to review and consider approval of Resolution 2022-005, accepting a proposal from Raymond K. Vann & Associates to provide administrative services for the 2022 TXCDBG fire, ambulance and service truck fund competition.
Monthly departmental reports will be presented on behalf of the police department, the fire department, the fire marshal/building inspector, the library and the city administrator.
Other items on the agenda include approval of the minutes, payment of vouchers and acceptance of the financial reports.
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