City-County Building Board
- Date: 09/19/2019 4:00 PM
- Location: City-County Government Center, Room H
160 S. Macy Street
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
Martin F. Farrell: 4-5:03 p.m.
Joseph W. Koch: 4-5:03 p.m.
Martin S. Ryan: 4-5:03 p.m.
Also present were Allen Buechel, Joe Moore, Erin Gerred, William Tadych, Tracy Salter, Tricia Davi, Rick Kiefer, Lisa Freiberg, Eric Toney, Rhoda Hinz and Audrey Krueger.
1. Call meeting to order.
Chair Martin F. Farrell called the meeting to order at 4 p.m.
2. Approve minutes of the May 17, 2019, meeting.
Motion (Ryan/Giles) to approve the minutes. Motion carried.
3. Members of the public who wish to address the board on specific agenda items must register their requests at this time, with such comments subject to the reasonable control of the board chair, as set forth in “Robert’s Rules of Order.”
Audrey Krueger asked to speak on Item 4. Capt. William Tadych will speak on Item 5.
4. Request for a granite bench to be placed on the east side of the Government Center in memory of former Deputy District Attorney Dennis Krueger.
Motion (Ryan/Miller) to approve the request for a granite bench not to exceed six feet in length, with the slab sized according to the bench, to be placed on the east side of the Government Center near the employee entrance. Motion carried. The family of Dennis Krueger and Miller Monument Company will meet with Rick Kiefer to determine the exact location.
5. Update on Government Center building security implementation.
Capt. William Tadych gave an update on building security implementation. To date, more than 19,000 people have entered the building, an average of about 500 per day. Many items have been confiscated. Overall, comments are positive.
6. Discuss and possibly approve the proposed 2020 Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan.
Motion (Giles/Koch) to approve the 2020 Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan. Motion carried.
7. Discuss and possibly approve the proposed 2020 City-County Building Board Budget.
Motion (Ryan/Giles) to approve the 2020 budget. Motion carried.
8. Future agenda items and meeting date.
Two future agenda items were discussed. The first was to develop an appeal process for persons to have confiscated items of high monetary and sentimental value returned to them by requiring a written letter to the Sheriff’s Office, city manager and county executive and to amend the current security policy. The second was to prepare a policy regarding placing memorials on county grounds. No future meeting was scheduled.
Motion (Koch/Giles) to adjourn the meeting at 5:03 p.m. Motion carried.