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6:30 p.m. 

1.         CALL TO ORDER

2.         ROLL CALL:              Bringgold, Duncan, Gesme, Kronenberger, Lundell, Montgomery, Althoff



5.         PUBLIC INPUT:  Public input is intended to afford the public an opportunity to address concerns to the City Council.  The public input will be no longer than 30 minutes in total length and each speaker will have no more than three (3) minutes to speak.  Speakers may address topics relevant to the governance of the City.  Speakers must sign up in advance and must provide their name, address and the topic they intend to address.  Comments must be on topic, respectful, pertinent to City business and adhere to the applicable Data Privacy rules.  Any speaker that violates these rules will be asked to sit down and if the speaker refuses to comply they may be removed from the meeting.  Speakers shall not address topics that are the subject of a public hearing, all such comments shall be made at the public hearing.  The City Council will not generally act on issues raised by the public input but may choose to schedule consideration of the item on a future agenda.

6.         PUBLIC HEARING 

A.        Resolution 2607, Ordering Improvements and Directing Preparation of Final Plans and Specifications for Bluff Drive—Jensen/Angerman


A.        Cannon Falls Senior Center—Bill Hoyt

8.         CONSENT AGENDA:  Consent Agenda items may be adopted under one motion as presented or may be removed for discussion and resolution as Council Business.

A.           Just and Correct Claims—Accounting Period Ending December 31, 2021

B.           Just and Correct Claims—Accounting Period Ending January 14, 2022

C.           Meeting Minutes for January 4, 2022 City Council Meeting 

D.           Resolution 2608, Authorizing a Public Hearing on the 2022 City of Cannon Falls Small Cities Development Program Application—Jensen

E.           Approve the Election of 2022 Fire Department Officers—Jensen

F.            Resolution 2609, Accepting a Monetary Donation from CF Fire Department Relief Association for $3,000.00 to the Fire Department—Althoff

G.           Resolution 2610, Approving Lot Split for PID #52.530.0010 and Rezone for the Portion of Lot East of 63rd Avenue, Contingent on Final Sale—Jensen

H.           Resolution 2611, Approving Conditional Use Permit for Peter Bodette at 410 Hickory Drive—Jensen

I.             Resolution 2612, Approving Administrative Permit for David Iverson at 301 5th Street S, Apt. 1—Jensen


A.           Resolution 2613, Final Plan Approval for the Keller-Baartman Apartment Complex Being Proposed at 415 Hickory Drive—Jensen

10.       REPORTS

A.         Council Committee/Commission/Non-Profit Organization

            Chamber of Commerce—Kyle Paulson

            EDA—January 6, 2022

            Planning Commission—January 10, 2022

            Library Board—January 10, 2022       

B.         Mayor and Councilors

11.       ADJOURNMENT 


Finance Committee—To be Determined

EDA—Thursday, February 3, 2022 at 3:30 p.m.

Planning Commission—Monday, February 14, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.

Library Board—Monday, February 14, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.

Public Works Commission—Thursday, February 3, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.

Joint Powers Trail Board—Tuesday, January 25, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.

Park Board—Thursday, February 3, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.

Cable Commission—As Needed

Police Commission—As Needed

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