Wauwatosa Preview Agendas For Week Of October 12

October 11, 2020 Topics this week during city meetings include: Plan Commission (October 12, 6:00 pm) will discuss a request for a land combination via certified survey map at 1126 N. 120th St Government Affairs (October 13, 6:00 pm) will: review the Committee for Citizen with Disabilities Annual Report and […]

October 11, 2020

Topics this week during city meetings include:

  • Plan Commission (October 12, 6:00 pm) will discuss a request for a land combination via certified survey map at 1126 N. 120th St
  • Government Affairs (October 13, 6:00 pm) will:
    • review the Committee for Citizen with Disabilities Annual Report and Information Systems Annual Report
    • discuss the police department body worn camera policy
    • discuss the complaint and commendation policy
  • Transportation Affairs (October 13, 6:30 pm) will discuss a Bublr Bike Share Annual Update, parking regulations on 93rd Street from Capital Drive to Fiebrantz Avenue, and an update on overnight parking regulations
  • Community Affairs (October 13, 7:30 pm) will review a request for a minor planned unit development at 11123 W Burleigh Street for a veterinary clinic, an extension of the Tosa Restarts program to May 31, 2021, and an ordinance related to licensure requirement for placing concrete for sidewalks and driveways in the City of Wauwatosa
  • Financial Affairs (October 13, 7:45 pm) will discuss the budget overview and discuss the Fire and Health Departments’ budgets.

Access the Zoom information on the individual agendas.

Virtual Meetings

The Common Council passed a resolution that all citizen committees, standing council committees, and Common Council meetings are to be held in virtual format through December 1, 2020. This means there will be no in-person attendance at city hall during meetings.

Budget Schedule

We are in the process of developing the operating and capital budgets. Our operating budget represents day-to-day expenses, wages, utilities, and purchases of items intended to last less than a year. The capital budget includes infrastructure, city property, and long-term equipment purchases.

  • October 13: Financial Affairs will discuss the budget overview, Fire, and Health Departments
  • October 20: Financial Affairs will discuss the Library, Development/TIF, and Debt Service
  • October 27: Financial Affairs will discuss the Police and Finance Departments
  • October 29: Financial Affairs will discuss Public Works, Information Systems, Amendments, and budget adoption
  • November 5: Common Council will hold a public hearing on the 2020 Operating and Capital Budgets
  • November 10: Financial Affairs will discuss the Capital Budget
  • November 17: Common Council will consider adopting the budget
  • November 24: Financial Affairs will discuss the Capital Budget
  • December 1: Common Council will consider adopting the Capital Budget

Public Comment

These city meetings will be held virtually via Zoom. The Common Council passed a resolution that all citizen committees, standing council committees, and Common Council meetings are to be held in virtual format through December 1, 2020. This means there will be no in-person attendance at city hall during meetings.

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