City of Monroe, WI
Green County
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§ 2-9-1 Members and appointment.

[4-8-2015; 2016 Code; 2-22-2017]
The public safety committee shall be composed of four alderpersons, all of whom shall be designated voting members. The word "committee" when used in this chapter means the public safety committee. Members shall be appointed by the mayor annually and shall serve for a term from their appointment through the Monday preceding the third Tuesday in April of the succeeding year. The mayor shall designate one of the members as chairperson.

§ 2-9-2 Meetings.

[4-8-2015; 2016 Code; 2-22-2017]
Meetings of the committee shall be on call of the chairperson.

§ 2-9-3 Quorum; record; report.

[2-22-2017]
Two members of the committee shall constitute a quorum for doing business. The secretary shall keep a record of all the proceedings, subject to the inspection of any elector of the city.

§ 2-9-4 Duties.

[4-8-2015; 2016 Code; 2-22-2017]
The committee shall have the following duties:
(A) 
To make recommendations to the city administrator or other pertinent committees or boards regarding matters of public safety.
(B) 
To periodically review provisions of this code that are concerned with overall public safety, and make recommendations for appropriate additions or changes.
(C) 
To supervise the regulation of traffic and parking.
(D) 
To recommend to council the approval of certain purchases relative to police and fire matters.
(E) 
To recommend to council the approval of special event permits.
(F) 
To oversee the affairs and activities of the auxiliary police reserve appointed by the police chief.
(G) 
To oversee the management of parking facilities in the city, including, but not limited to, the following:
(1) 
The management of all city parking control devices and systems.
(2) 
Make recommendations to the council on the management, location and placement of all public parking stalls within the city.
(3) 
The coordination and control of other public parking within the city in conjunction with other committees, boards or commissions having authority over the same.
(4) 
Recommend to the council the establishment of such fees and charges for parking privileges in city parking lots or other parking facilities as it shall determine reasonable.
(5) 
Recommend to the council the adoption of such ordinances as will promote and assure the proper use of such parking facilities.
(6) 
Recommend to the council the number, size and location of parking lots throughout the city.