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In other business Tuesday, the council:

? Forwarded proposed changes in the city's rental license program to the License and Fees Committee, which meets again July 9. The proposal includes an inspection component and increases the fee to cover city costs.

  • Forwarded proposed changes in the city's rental license program to the License and Fees Committee, which meets again July 9. The proposal includes an inspection component and increases the fee to cover city costs.
  • Approved making the city's flood control program permanent. The program helps homeowners identify the cause of basement flooding to solve the problems contributing to it.
  • Granted city support to David and Mark Fulda's plans to create a public water ski course in the Pokegama Bay. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources determines whether a permit will be issued, but won't issue it without approval by the city.
  • Set a public hearing for the July 3 council meeting to discuss the city's 2006 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report. The report and hearing are required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to determine how the city is managing its Community Development Block Grant.
  • Approved borrowing $345,000 from the State Trust Fund Loan for the Winter Street Industrial Park tax increment finance district. The loan will be repaid through tax proceeds from development within the finance district.
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