Flooding update on agenda
The Watertown Common Council will meet as a Committee of the Whole Tuesday at 6 p.m. for an update on the Aug. 17 in the council chambers of the municipal building before its meeting at 7 p.m.
The Watertown Common Council will review one ordinance on its first reading regarding the adoption of the planned unit development, general development plan and precise implementation plan, allowing Rock River Gymnastics to move into a building at 426 S. Montgomery St.
Rock River Gymnastics is moving to this facility, shared with Building Products Inc., after issues with flooding at its original location on Wakoka Street.
A number of resolutions will be considered by the common council.
One resolution is to approve the termination of five contracts with Utility Services Company and to obtain bids for water tank maintenance.
Another resolution is to approve a contract with MSA Engineering Firm for ground water and landfill gas monitoring and plan modification of old landfill site on Boomer Street for $42,375.
The common council will consider the purchase of a second Double Tree, wind sail structure shelter for the Watertown Aquatic Center for $8,977.55.
Three resolutions on the agenda regard the retirement of Danny Bratz, Howard Gutzdorf and Jack Moore.