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19 13th Avenue North
Waite Park, MN 56387


CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION AGENDA
Upper Conference Room at Waite Park City Hall
4:30 PM
1.
4:30P.M.

Highway #23 Priorities

MNDOT has contacted the City asking us to prioritize our projects for road improvements along Highway #23.  Staff would like to discuss these priorities with the City Council before responding to MNDOT.
2.
4:45P.M.

Library Signage

Staff has been working with the library on a request of theirs to add some additional signage to the library.  They would like to discuss this proposal with the City Council before moving forward.
3.
5:00P.M.

Request for a Mid-Intersection Crosswalk at 2nd Avenue North

City staff have received a request for a mid-intersection crosswalk at 2nd Avenue North near the American Legion and Best Burger Ever.  The request has come from the American Legion who has a parking lot on the East side of 2nd Avenue North where many of their guests cross 2nd Avenue North.  Staff would like to discuss this request with the City Council and get some direction on this before moving forward.
4.
5:20P.M.

Request for a stop sign at Sunwood Park Drive and Sunwood Park Lane

Staff has received a request from residents in Sunwood Park for a stop sign at the intersection of Sunwood Park Drive and Sunwood Park Lane.  Staff would like to discuss this plan with the City Council before moving forward.
5.
5:30P.M.

AMP Update

City staff would like to update the City Council on the amphitheater project.
6.
5:45P.M.

Quarterly Review of Goals & Objectives for 2019

City staff and the City Council review the 2019 Goals & Objectives quarterly to determine progress for the year.  The Goals & Objectives are approved annually by the City Council in December of each year.  A copy of the adopted 2019 Goal & Objectives are included for your review. 
7.
6:15P.M.

Public Input

The City Council provides members of the public an opportunity to address the City Council with items they believe are relevant to the City of Waite Park.  Each member of the public will be allowed up to 2 minutes to speak.  City Council will not engage during this time and no action should be expected at this time.  The City Council can determine if further follow up, discussion, or action is needed on any item brought up by members of the public.  During the regular scheduled meeting that will follow the public input, the Mayor will summarize the items discussed during the public input and ask the City Council whether they desire to have any follow up on items discussed during the public input. The City Council could choose to place the item on a future work session or city council agenda, or they could direct staff to research or follow up on any item discussed.