Agendas 06-04-21


Park and Recreation Board

The Brookings Park and Recreation Board will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday in the  Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. Items on the agenda include:

• Approve agenda

• Approve minutes

• Staff reports

• Bob Shelden update

• Parks master plan

• Brookings Urban Forestry Initiative

• Community games

• Event request: Pioneer Park Disrupt HR on Sept. 2

• Preliminary review of 2022 budget

• Kart Club lease

Arlington City Council

The Arlington City Council,  which also serves as the Arlington Zoning Commission, will meet as the zoning commission at 6:30 p.m. and then hold a regular city council meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at 202 West Elm St. Items on the agenda include:

Zoning Commission

• Annette Miller – day care special exception

• Variance Request from Arlington 81 Storage to build additional units 3’to 4 feet from the east property line

• Second reading of the issuance of local medical cannabis establishment permits and/or licenses 

City council

• Approve agenda

• Approve minutes

• Approve bills

• Public comments

• Discussion of day-care proposal

• Further discussion on variance request for Arlington 81 Storage

• South Third Street curb and gutter hearing

• Second reading of sewer rate increase

• Hearing for transfer of property to Gary Kaufmann and Trinity Lutheran Church

• Building Permits approved – Molegraaf fence/Virchow garage

• Electric report

• ACDC report

• Annual disbursements for fire department and ambulance

• Disbursement for ACDC

• Approve employee overtime and police reports

• Accept resignation of Steve Monteith

• Financial reports

• Review updated portion of ordinances

• Operations at the pool, staff and painter

• Radar speed signs

• HRC Board

• Meeting with Greg Maag

• Cromwell yard

• Resolution to approve Stephanie on bank accounts

• Personnel policy

• Coronavirus local fiscal recovery fund

• Golf cart permits 

• Dump cards

• Building permit documentation     

• Retirement ceremony – Leland Olesen/Sept 6

• Mayor’s report

• Executive session for personnel matters and possible litigation

Bicycle Advisory Committee

The Brookings Bicycle Advisory Committee will meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. Items on the agenda include:

• Approve agenda

• Update on master plan

• Prairie Hills development – trail connection

• Trail connection planning

• Easement acquisition

• 22nd Avenue trail crossings

• Other items and reports

Brookings City Council

The Brookings City Council will meet at  6 p.m. Tuesday in the Brookings City & County Government Center at 520 Third St. Items on the agenda include:

• Present certificate of appointment and oath of office to city council member Wayne Avery

• Approve minutes

• Action on a resolution authorizing the city manager to sign a wine operating agreement renewal for CHS, Inc., dba Cenex Zip Trip No. 63, 1005 Sixth St.

• Action on a resolution declaring surplus property

• Retirement recognition for Darrell Hartmann, fire chief

• Retirement recognition for Jackie Lanning, city engineer

• Introduction and first reading on an ordinance establishing a schedule for introduction and adoption of the annual municipal budget ordinance Second Reading: June 22

• Introduction and first reading on a temporary ordinance establishing procedures pertaining to licensing medical cannabis establishments: public hearing: June 22

• Public hearing on Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application and community development and housing needs assessment plan

• Action to adopt the community development and housing needs assessment plan as part of the CDBG application

• Action on a resolution designating the city manager to sign documents and be the environmental certifying officer for the CDBG for a joint facility to address food insecurity

• Action on a resolution authorizing the city manager to sign and submit a Community Development Block Grant application for a joint facility to address food insecurity

• Public hearing and action on an ordinance to change the zoning, rezoning 5.75 acres (generally located along the 1500 and 1600 block of Main Avenue South) from a Residence R-1A Single-Family District to a Business B-2A Office District

• Public hearing and action on an ordinance to change the zoning, rezoning Lot 11A, Block 6 of Folsom’s Addition (also known as 204 First Street South) from an Industrial I-1 Light District to a Business B-3 Heavy District

• Public Hearing and Action on an Ordinance to change the zoning, rezoning Lot 1, Block 2 of Folsom Addition (also known as 530 First St. S.) and Lots 2 and 3, Block 2 of Folsom Addition (also known as 110 Sixth Ave. S.) from an Industrial I-1 Light District to a Business B-3 Heavy District

• Public hearing and action on an ordinance to permit by Conditional Use an Office in a Residence R-2 Two-Family District on the South 105 Feet of Lot 1 in Block 7 of Morehouse Addition, also known as 903 Eighth St.

• Public hearing and action on  a resolution amending the 2040 Comprehensive Plan’s future land use map

• Public hearing and action on a resolution of necessity for street assessment project, 15th Street South and Seventh Avenue South

• Action on a resolution approving the appointment of Assistant City Attorney Eric N. Rasmussen

• Discussion and possible action on a resolution designating the Fishback Soccer Complex as a permissible consumer fireworks discharge location on July 4

• City council member introduction of topics for future discussion

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