Police negotiations set to start in city

With a light agenda for the Sept. 1 meeting of the Chilton Common Council, Mayor Tom Reinl announced that negotiations are beginning with the Police Union for their new labor agreement.

In addition, it was reported there would be no current changes to the existing COVID Emergency Declaration, the MB ground breaking event was canceled, and the annual Employee Appreciation Luncheon was canceled because of the COVID crisis. Reinl went on to reflect that he would visit all city employees who are eligible for service awards. Lastly, Reinl said that the library has changed it operation, allowing only curbside pick-up for safety reasons.

Administrator David DeTroye acknowledged the council’s previous action for recodifying Chapter 16 of the Zone Code Ordinance; however, for a small fee increase the entire municipal code can be updated. This is something that DeTroye did previously and therefore has asked the Planning Commission to revisit the original proposal and move forward with a new proposal recoding all the municipal codes.

(Please see the September 17 issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)

 

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