SHEBOYGAN — The City of Sheboygan Common Council held its regular meeting on Monday, Oct. 5.
Below are highlights of the meeting and what it means for city residents.
• Mayor Mike Vandersteen proclaimed October 2020 as Arts and Humanities Month, acknowledging the importance of arts and humanities in Sheboygan's culture and also the importance of such organizations.
• National Night Out will be held virtually from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, on Facebook. Participants are encouraged to turn on their porch lights for support and share their photos from previous events.
• City Administrator Todd Wolf presented the proposed 2021 Executive Program Budget for discussion only. Copies can be found in city hall, on file at the Mead Public Library and on the city's website at Sheboyganwi.gov.
• Council adopted the City Plan Commission report for the final plat submission regarding Stonebrook Crossing Addition No. 1 conditioned on obtaining all subdivision approval from appropriate agencies, a developer's agreement executed prior to signing any final plats and temporary signage submitted for review.
• Council adopted the resolution to execute an agreement with GISinc to develop a software tool for the Sheboygan Police Department. According to David Biebel, Director of Public Works, the program will allow for more real-time data processing and other benefits.
• Council adopted the resolution to enter into the following agreements: MSA Professional Services, Inc. for a City of Sheboygan Comprehensive Affordable Housing Study; Foth Infrastructure and Environment, LLC for the Sheboygan Five-Year Restoration Plan