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File #: R-2020-0545    Version: 1
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
File created: 10/6/2020 In control: Public Works Committee
On agenda: 10/6/2020 Final action: 10/6/2020
Title: Resolution ordering preliminary plans and specifications together with a schedule of proposed assessments for improvement of S. 56 St. from W. Beloit Rd. to W. Rogers St., S. 62 St. from W. Washington St. to W. Greenfield Ave., S. 82 St. from W. Rogers St. to W. Burnham St. and S. 82 St. from W. Greenfield Ave. to W. National Ave. by concrete reconstruction with miscellaneous walk repair, storm sewer, storm sewer relay, sanitary sewer relay, water main relay, building services and utility adjustments
Sponsors: Public Works Committee
Attachments: 1. Res_R-2020-0545 signed, 2. Res_R-2020-0545
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Resolution ordering preliminary plans and specifications together with a schedule of proposed assessments for improvement of S. 56 St. from W. Beloit Rd. to W. Rogers St., S. 62 St. from W. Washington St. to W. Greenfield Ave., S. 82 St. from W. Rogers St. to W. Burnham St. and S. 82 St. from W. Greenfield Ave. to W. National Ave. by concrete reconstruction with miscellaneous walk repair, storm sewer, storm sewer relay, sanitary sewer relay, water main relay, building services and utility adjustments
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WHEREAS, It is proposed to improve the streets as hereinafter described.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED By the Common Council of the City of West Allis:

1. In the judgment of the Common Council it is necessary and in the best interests of the City and the property affected thereby that S. 56 St. from W. Beloit Rd. to W. Rogers St., S. 62 St. from W. Washington St. to W. Greenfield Ave., S. 82 St. from W. Rogers St. to W. Burnham St. and S. 82 St. from W. Greenfield Ave. to W. National Ave. be improved by concrete reconstruction with miscellaneous walk repair, storm sewer, storm sewer relay, sanitary sewer relay, water main relay, building services and utility adjustments.

2. The Common Council declares its intention to exercise its police power under Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 66, Subchapter VII, to levy special assessments upon property for the foregoing municipal purposes. The limits of the proposed assessment district shall be generally the property abutting the streets proposed to be improved.

3. The total amount assessed against each parcel in the assessment district shall be upon a reasonable basis as determined by the Common Council.

4. Assessments may be paid in full or any portion thereof, without interest, not later than 30 days following the billing date, or with applicable interest added on the next tax roll, or in five annual installments, or in ten annual installments, in accordance with Resolution No. 17095.

5. The City Enginee...

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