The Prescott City Council will have both committee and a full council meeting this upcoming Monday, Feb. 11 at the City-Library Building 800 N. Borner St.
The Ordinance Committee of the City Council will meet at 5 p.m. The committee will take up a proposed ordinance to prohibit the use of vaping devices by people under the age of 18.
The Personnel Committee will take place at 5:30 p.m. The agenda includes a review and discussion of the Police Department Assessment – which was conducted a year ago at this time and whose findings were implemented by former interim Police Chief Doug Ducklow – and a request to change the contract for Prescott City Administrator Jayne Brand to allow for living outside of the city limits as Brand is currently resides in the Ellsworth area.
Finally, the full city council will meet at 6:30 p.m. On its agenda will be a report from new Police Chief Eric Michaels, a review of the plans for a new 60-unit assisted living, memory care and independent-living facility known as Prescott Senior Living on the grounds where the old Croixdale Hospital facility still stands (which was given a recommendation by the Planning Commission at its recent meeting back on Monday, Feb. 4) and the consideration of a resolution supporting a state legislative proposal to allow the West-Central Wisconsin Biosolids Facility to haul biosolids in excess of statutory limits.