A resolution denying the proposed rate increase by Onalaska Water & Gas Supply for natural gas will be considered for action by the Onalaska City Council during its regular meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Council will also consider action on a resolution establishing the Polk County Enterprise, which has a general circulation in the Onalaska area, as the city’s official newspaper.
In a personnel action request, Council will consider approval of Debbie Oxford as a telecommunication operator in the part time labor pool.
Twelve property owners or representatives are slated to make presentations to Council to show cause why their buildings should not be declared unsafe and/or dangerous. Following each presentation, Council will consider action to declare the buildings dangerous or unsafe. The 12 on Tuesday’s agenda include:
Jimmy Don Stallings, regarding Section 1, Lots 394 and 395 in Canyon Park;
Patty Scarbrough, regarding Section 1, Lot 157 in Canyon Park;
Monty Montague, regarding Section 1, Lot 128 in Canyon Park;
Lowell Phillips, regarding Section 4, Lot 146 in Canyon Park;
Michael Boone, regarding Section 1, Lot 43 in Canyon Park;
Timothy Frank Dassow, regarding Section 1, Lots 206 and 207 in Canyon Park;
Hildegard Polvado, regarding Section 4, Lot 291 in Canyon Park;
Joe Pharris, regarding Section 1, Lots 49 and 50 in Canyon Park;
Jonathan L. McKinney, regarding Section 1, Block 1, Lots 80-82 in Ponderosa Ridge;
James Whitman, regarding Section 4, Lots 16 and 17 in Ponderosa Ridge;
Julian and Sally Wright, regarding Section 4, Lots 8 and 10 in Ponderosa Ridge; and
Robert and Pamela Rusnick, regarding Section 4, Lot 2 in Ponderosa Ridge.
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, vouchers and financial reports.