City to consider adding officer
For Onalaska Independent School District
The creation of an additional police officer position to be assigned to the Onalaska Independent School District through the school resource officer program will be considered for approval by the Onalaska City Council during its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday. In related activity, Council is expected to review and approve a memorandum of understanding between the city and the school district providing guidelines for school resource officers.
Police Department Policy No. 4.5 regarding uniforms, appearance and equipment will be reviewed and considered for approval.
Council is expected to consider action declaring a building located at 180 Live Oak in Canyon Park Subdivision to be dangerous or unsafe and to order that the building be vacated, removed or demolished. In related activity, Jerry and/or Janet Morris, owners of said property, are slated to make a presentation to Council to show cause why the building should not be declared unsafe or dangerous.
Council is expected to review and consider approval of an interlocal agreement with the Polk County tax assessor-collector for services provided.
In personnel matters, Council is expected to accept the resignations of Court Clerk Mandi Hodge and fulltime telecommunications operator Stephen Cook and approve the appointment of Tammy Seader as fulltime court clerk and Stephen Cook as parttime telecommunications operator, both with the standard 90-day probationary period.
A presentation on behalf of the Polk County Long Term Recovery Board will be presented.
Reports will be presented on behalf of the police department, fire department, fire marshal/building inspector, library representative and city administrator.
Other items on the agenda include approval of the minutes, payment of vouchers and financial reports.
The meeting will be held in the Onalaska City Hall located at 372 S. FM 356 in Onalaska.
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